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This occurs when the spring inside the lens is out of place. Then, the lens is unable to move and autofocus, causing lens error. It is practically impossible to repair it yourself. You will only make it worse if you are not a trained professional. I have tried it myself on my Nikon P1 camera. The best thing you can do is to take it to a service center for repairing. If the camera is under guarantee, then repairs will be free. If it is not under warranty, you can expect to pay under $50. Cheers
If your Nikon EN-EL10 battery for your Coolpix S4000 won't be charged, there seems something wrong with your battery or battery charger, so you need a new one.
The problem about lens, if something was loose, there maybe a screw and after a term it may cause lens error.
Sometimes the lens is just stuck, sometimes it needs to be replaced. Try to mechanically move the lens in and out by gently twisting, pushing and pulling. If that fails, the gears are too misaligned to repair it without opening it. If you're out of warranty, there are third party place that replace them such ascamera lens repairs. If you want to do it yourself, there are also free camera repair guidewebsites that show you how to replace the lens, the replacement part is usually available on ebay.
there are some fine gears that move the lens in/out ... if it dropped on the extended lens then its likely a gear was broken or knocked out of place .. it is likely repairable but its really tricky working on these things .. there are fine wires and delecate stuff inside.. sometimes a particle will get into the gears and keep them from operating .. if thats the case you can try gently moving the lens around to try to free it .. but unless you can find someone familiar with working on this then i think you need a new camera ..one with a strap ..
This is probably THE single most common failure among digital cameras. There's a halfway chance of fixing it yourself, described here: http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html