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Shutter doe'snt work casio exilim ez-z30

Shutter doe'snt work, when shooting a picture the button are not working pls help me how to make it...

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Oh this happened with my old 2008 version of the casio. i pressed on the lens/shutter to hard. and it was crooked but i popped it back in place, it makes a weird clicking sound when i try to turn it on and there's a system error. u could get the lens/shutter fixed for 100's of dollars or just buy a newer version of the camera. i just bought the newer version of the camera. btw, don't get a new memory card! keep the one u have.

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