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I turn the power on and it makes lots of noises lens cap going on and off zooming in and out then blue screen with this on D: 5f0a 5f08 5e02 5f08 5e02

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It is stuffed up if you have warrenty get it repaired if you don't it may cost the same price as the camera so goodluck:) i hope this has helpd and please rate this solution...CYA

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When I turn in my Olympus Camera, the screen background is blue and it says the following: D: 5f0a 5f08 5f0a 5f08 5f02 The camera model no. is Stylus 710


  1. Replace the batteries with new ones.
  2. The focusing ring may be stuck or jammed. Try and spray some compressed air into the lens to try to free up any sand or dust that may have gotten in.
  3. If that doesn't help, you can gently bump the camera to try to free the focusing ring.
  4. Try and move the lens to the left or the right until the lens pops out.
  5. If that doesn't help, the camera will have to be totally disassembled to get at the focusing ring.

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Blue screen with the following codes D: 340a 5f0B 5f0a 5f0B 5e02 How can i fix this?


The error message (D: 5e02) means that your lens is dying / dead. It just happened to mine and I was told that it could be repaired, but it would cost as much as a new camera. I've only had mine 2 years and I've been really careful with it, so I'm a bit annoyed, but I have used it a lot!

You must visit the dealer or Olympus techinican to solve it this ans the other codes.

Good luck.

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Olympus Stylus 710 Error: D: 5f08 5f0a 5e02 5f08


i have the same problem with my camera it show 5foa 5f08 5e02 with the blue screen

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Olympus Stylus 710 Error: D: 5f08 5f0a 5e02 5f08 5e02


this is the most common problem with the olympus cameras the lens has been knocked and by you pulling on the lens it sounds like you have done some damage to the motor that bring the lens in and out thats why its making that noise what you needed to do was move the lens either to the left or the right you will no when its fixed because the lens just pops out and the camera will be fine this works every time i just hope you havnt done to much damage alredy goodluck

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I had the problem with the lens being stuck out. I ended up pressing gently but with a lot of force and it collapsed while making some load clicking noises, I figured that I’d busted it, but I turned it off and back on and it worked great. I know it’s not a great fix but it might work for some of you.

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the lens open halfway, the picture on the LCD is blurry and one second after the lens close and an error appears of the screen saying "D: 5f08 5e02". what does this mean??? can you help me fixed this one??

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I had the same problem with mine and I tried several suggestions, BUT the only one that has worked is to gently grab the lens, pull it out as far as it will go until fully extended. While keeping it extended turn the lens to the right until you hear a click. Once you hear the click, release the lens and turn the power button on and then back off again. This should take care of the problem. A word of warning. ALWAYS make sure your fingers do not touch the front of the lens when you power on the camera. Even the slightest bit of obstruction seems to make the problem reoccur. Another note. I had tried this several times until I finally heard the click, so please don't give up on it, just keep trying. This will work and it will save you a lot of time and money having it fixed.

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