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Normaly the lens would go in, as soon as the battery runs low. Perhaps you should wait till you unpluged the camera. Try to charge the battery in the external charger. Then after replacing the battery everything should work fine.
Haha,maybe there's a accident happened at the night ,so the battery for Kodak EasyShare V610 is still charging as begin.You need let it charging until it is full with power then we can confirm what's the problem definitely.
This fault is usually caused by a lens problem. Over 95 percent of lens problems are from Knock damaged or sand/grit in mechanism. Try turn it on in playback mode and see, does the lens come out and go back in before it turns off? Cheers.
Hey akpssttt, I had the same problem with my kodak and even though I was able to turn on the camera, the lens would not come back in. So after awhile I just gave up took it to the repair shop and they still weren't able to fix it. So I left the camera for about a year now, gathering dust, but recently I decided to give another shot, and amazingly when I plug the camera into the charger, the lens went back in! And now the camera works perfectly.
So I would suggest you leaving your camera out for awhile and do not charge it until the batteries is completely drained. And then plug it back into the charger.
Are the batteries freshly charged? Take them out, even if they are, and replace and make sure there is good contact. If the camera's lens was held in when it was turned on, the motor could be burned out, through misuse/accident. I hope not, for your sake. If that fails, take it to a good camera store for repair.