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The lens opens up and then closes up right away

I go to turn camera on and the lens opens and closes back up. What causes this to happen?

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This is sovent a pressure on the lens problem...is probably that you must change the entire lens bloc. if you have eletronic knowledge, you can prove to find on ebay international seller the replacement for you camera. to the international seller with the exact model number search "lens for ...your model number" any seller if you buy the lens give you a guide to instal the new lens. but if you dont have idea where you makes the hands...its better that the work makes a professionist. if you want prove alone...it s possible to make the job but if you make errors you loose the camera and the cost form the spares. the better system is to find a brocken camera on ebay. but you must be shure that the camera have not lens defekt. so you can disassemble the broken camera, see how you can disassemle the lens bloc and reassemble on your caMERA. THE BEST IS FILM WITH ANOTHER CAMERA THE DISASSEMBLE OF THE BROCKEN..THIS CAN HELP YOU IN THE MOMENT THAT YOU REASSEMBLE YOUR CAMERA.
sorry for my bad english good luck

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