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Camera was dropped in use and the lens has half closed and jammed! The camera will not turn on even to view the pictures on the memory card. Is there a way to reset or manually close the lens? Also do you need special tools to disassemble? as I cant see how it comes apart.

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  • wranger433 Jul 20, 2009

    Thanks for this solution, however the camera wont turn on! I have tried it anyway and can sometimes get some life but it reads on the lcd screen VER 1.00 any button I press just turns off the camera and pressing nothing the camera tuns off automatically after a few seconds. I'd much appreciate any other ideas. Cheers.

  • wranger433 Jul 20, 2009

    Thanks for this solution, however the camera wont turn on! I have tried it anyway and can sometimes get some life but it reads on the lcd screen VER 1.00 any button I press just turns off the camera and pressing nothing the camera tuns off automatically after a few seconds. I'd much appreciate any other ideas. Cheers.

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Hi try to reset ur camera...To do such reset, turn on the camera and hold the menu button down for longer than 5 seconds. A message should hopefully come up on your LCD asking if you want to reset the camera. Select Yes...
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    Prakash Ram Jul 21, 2009

    If any digital camera is subjected to extreme humidity or just plain
    dampness it's a fairly good bet the battery terminals within the
    battery could become corroded. Check them before blaming either the
    camera or batteries. Quite often a vigorous rub of the battery
    terminals themselves with a sheet of printer paper(especially aa
    type)is enough to cure the problem.

    With most cameras you will
    need a torch to check the lower contacts in the camera and any
    corrosion will be easy to spot but even if you can't see any it's
    always a good idea to use a little piece of wet and dry wrapped around
    you index finger to rub the tops of the contacts.

    So don't forget, check the batteries AND the camera contacts.
    A
    good way to check to see if the batteries have had their day would be
    to pop them in a torch or other appliance after cleaning them to see if
    they work.

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