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My camera has a message saying 'zoom error' when I press the on button- what should I do?

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Well, my camera said the same thing and when i tried to zoom in or out it would zoom out but then it would zoom out all on its own and beep. So i zoomed in but grabbed the lens so it could not zoom back out on its own. Now my camera is fine. Actually believe it or not I literally fixed my camera 2 minutes ago and I found your question because I was trying to find an answer to mine. So, it worked for me haha

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