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Image has black shapes in the corners - protective doors problem?

When I take a photo there is a triangular shaped shadow in the top left hand corner and also, sometimes in the bottom right hand corner. I think the lens protector doors might not be moving out of the way fully. Is this easy to fix?

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Smack the camera against the palm of your hand.

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