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Problem with the lens-cap

When the camera is turned on, it still says that the lens-cap is on, but it is not so. How can I solve this problem?

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Turn on the camera and then hold it upside down and after just tap the lens with your hand slowly,try that solution

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When the camera is turned on, it still says that the lens-cap is on, but it is not so. How can I solve this problem?

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