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Error message remove lense capand press "play" button. The lense cap is not on.

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The lens is jammed in, either the unit has had a knock or there is debris (sand/grit) in the unit, been to the beach lately.
Check to see if the lens is sitting level with the front of the camera. Unit will probably need to go in for servicing.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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