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The lens does not move back although there is no deformity any where. I could not take picture after it falls on the ground and the lens stick out.

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When ever i was taking pictures with my camera i droped it and the lens started to close and it said "lens obstructed" and now i can't take pictures.


Your lens might have been damaged, or the mounting was deformed. The best thing to do is to send your camera to the nearest authorized repair service center. Much better if you still have your receipt and claim the warranty.

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How do you remove broken oil dipstick from a 1999 ford escort?


The dip stick tube is pressed into the engine block. Put a bolt into the top of the tube so that the body of the bolt goes into the tube and the bolt head rests on the tube (so it does not fall down the tube). Use a wrench (such as a Vise grip) to hold onto the tube at the bolt and gently work it back and forth, being sure not to deform the tube. Remove the tube and old dip stick. Replace the tube by forcing it back into the eng. block. Replace the dip stick - done :)! Some dip stick tubes have a gasket at the engine - others just **** up to a shoulder that is built into the tube. Let me know if this works. Thanks.

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Piece of dirt in the lens!


Gently tap the lens with a stick and see if the dirt will fall to the side. It may of course migrate back, but as long as it doesn't stick to the lens, it will be out of the way for most pictures when the aperture closes. If it is stuck to the lens, have it professionally cleaned, OR take consulation in the fact that closer dirt is to the "optical center" of a lens, the less effect it has on normal pictures- pictures of bright objects are different though

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ICE DOOR WILL NOT LET ICE FALL DOWN CHUTE,


the ice door has a solenoid that opens and closes the ice door. since you were able to replae the door i assume you can take it apart pull it back apart and the crank the door attaches too is connected on 1 side to an electrical soleiod test if the plunger moves up and down freely. also look for heat deformation around the plastic as well. if it turns out the solenoid is bad i would also recomend replacing the the fountain boards as well. I dont think you can put to much tension on the spring..

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If the capacitor are deformed maybe are in bad conditions,overheated and probably the cause of the problem replace them

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Dirt speck


It is probably a speck of dust on the sensor. Get a blower from any camera shop, remove the lens,lock up the mirror (mirror lock up in camera menu) and give the sensor a good blow ( without touching it) while holding the camera front down so that any specks of dust fall away from the sensor. Sometimes specks can stick (pollen for example) in which case you could try a disposable swab and cleaning solution, although if unsure most camera shops provide the service pretty cheap - the sensor would be a lot more expensive to replace if you mess it up.

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CAMERA LENS STUCK OUT


chech and make sure that your lens isnt bent to the side, because i had the same problem and as soon as i bent my lens back it turned on and worked like new

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Broken


Dear schmex,
It sounds like you have a broken LCD screen this shouldn't effect the image quality, but it might get worse over time and it will probably make it more difficult to compose the picture.

Sincerely,
Agent Allan
Go Ahead. Use Us.

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Darkened Images


Sounds as if your diaphragm may be sticking due to either the camera or the lens. Look at the back of the lens and work the small tab with the aperture ring set to f32 (or 22). See if the tab moves smoothly but with resistance from a spring, or if it sticks or moves roughly. If it does this with other lenses too, another possibility is the aperture lever on the camera. Mount the lens and set it for f22 or so and use your depth of field preview to see if the lens is stopping down smoothly. In either case it may need professional repair.

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