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I got a focus problem i can't capture a normal pic it's all blur please help tnx

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  • ianivjunk Mar 01, 2010

    I fixed it myself,
    I didn't have any warranty so I decided to go for it and try to fix it myself.
    I started checking the mechanics because I heard strange click sounds like some gear was stuck, and I was right! so I opened the camera and I started to clean all the mechanical parts of the lens all the gears and stuff using a cotton tip and blowing some air until it came back to life.
    and it works.

    Need to make sure to keep the lens clean from fingerprints otherwise it will leave a mark on the pictures.

    tnx

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Its a mechanical problem. May damaged your click botton. So i suggest you to visit service center.

Thanks, i am waiting for your feed back & if you satisfied then thumps me please.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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    RAJDEEP DUTTA Feb 01, 2010

    location which may have damaged.

  • RAJDEEP DUTTA
    RAJDEEP DUTTA Mar 02, 2010

    Thats gr8. Please clean the lens by clean cotton & use some glass cleaner. Make sure the fingerprints are removed. Thanks.

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