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Nikon D70 My AF-5NIKKOR 18-70mm LENS IS LOCKED UP

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    Chandrasekhar Ramaraj May 11, 2010

    How ? With the body or with motor or with functioning?

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AS AN EXPERT I KNOWS IT VERY WELL THAT THE ZOOM BARREL OF THE 18-70 IS MOUNTED ON THREE SCREWS .ONE OR TWO GETS LOOSENED ANY SERVISEMAN CAN SOLVE IT BY OPENING THE LENS AND FIXING THOSE SCREWS AT THEIR PLACE

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