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The lens doesnt go in when i turn off the camera

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This is a classic, problem with the compact camera. its probably that have make a pressure on the opened lens or the camera is dropped.
the lens bloc have internaly whery little gears. if the camera have a pressure this gear are damaged.
you can prove to find the lens bloc on a ebay international seller. in usa wit the exact model it s easy to find the entire lens bloc.
the problem is that you dont have any knowledge of eletronic, and camera disassemblement.
but you can find a help to fix the camera alone on german you tube. search with the voice." obiektiv umtausch " and make you a idea if you are able to fix your camera alone.
but to first you make a countage if the camera value is enough to spend money. one complet lens bloc to one international seller goes from. 20 to 35 euro . if you fix it alone this is the price. but this is not a easy job. if you was here in italy i make this job with a cheap price but you are to far from here

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

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