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Does your starter fully retract when disengaging? Your problem may be one of geometry if the starter is slightly out of position it will rub on the flywheel, or the Bendix gear isn't fully retracting.Try hitting the starter with a mallet to see if the Bendix gear pops back out fully after you start your car.
Why don't you just clean the sensors properly? Remove the lens and clean the contacts on both the camera body and the lens with a cotton swab lightly dampened with rubbing alcohol. There's a 50-50 chance something else is causing your problem but try the cleaning anyway.
Look at the battery near the contacts there is a little rectangle. If it's white then make sure all contacts are very clean. You can clean them with a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol. Clean all contacts, charger, battery and battery compartment on camera. If it's pink, you need a new battery.It has gotten moisture inside. Not your fault, this can happen from something as simple as jogging with it in your shirt pocket, yes it's true.
I just repaired this problem on my daughter's camera today! I took out the 4 tiny screws that hold the front cover on and discovered gunk and goo that were keeping the lens from retracting. Please note the exact position of the screws. They are different sizes. I then very carefully cleaned all the residue using Q-tips dipped in rubbing alcohol. It worked perfectly! Just like new.
It seems like some manufacturer defect in S series of samsung. I am facing the same. EIther u can get it serviced free at samsung care or just give a helping hand to the lens when its retract , push it inside with fine touch and it will come & go smooth.
The dust fibers from the case might have gotten into the cracks of the lens causing it to jam. So everytime it retracts, it jams. That's what i'm guessing. My old camera got jammed from sand grains on the beach.
- Take a thin strip of paper, and insert it in the cracks of the lens and circle around the lens and find any dust or anything. The paper slip should come out a bit dirty if that's the issue.
- Gently nudge the lens around, until you hear a click. The lens might have jerked into another position from the inside.