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LENS DOES NOT RETRACT NOT TAKING PICS

LENS DOES NOT RETRACT, NOT TAKING PICS, CAMERA READS: ''LENS ERROR 122,1,0,0'' AND SHUTS OFF.

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Try to hit the side very gently while switching ON the camera. Do this several times, It should reset the timing of lens.A little bit of more pressure can be applied while it is hitted. If does not reset, then the timing lens gear is damaged. Take it to qualified service technician to get full service. Thanks.

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if your looking where it says lens error 122 then when you turn it on it will say it i have the same problem but worse

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