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Lens error screen

Whenever I turn on my camera a white screen comes up and says "Lens Error". I have no idea why it started doing this, I had just taken a picture when it started doing this, I hadn't dropped it or anything, any help would greatlly appreciated!

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Re: Lens error screen

Try several powercycles
if it's still not helping, this camera really needs professional repair and I believe your camera is still under warranty as this model has been released late part of 2007
as you said, there's no impact damage - it will be covered under warranty

call 1 800 235 6325 opt. 12 or you can arrange it through

don't send it to kodak's rochester address as it is not a repair center. you can get a repair tracking no. from the contact center agent and have a working camera back in 2 weeks

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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