I bot my kids the following: a nikon coolpix L6 and a casio exilim, both stopped working and the lens is stuck giving error messages, i've tried the battery, air, memory card, cable thing and i need to know if i should send it off or let my 16 yr old wiz kid open it up and give it a go?
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Re: two cameras and two lens erros
I don't think either camera is worth the over $100.00 that it will cost to fix. However, look at my posts on this problem of lens errors. By forcing gently the lens in or out when you start the camera and shut it off, it may get the lens to work again. This may damage the camera even further, up to you, and may be worth a try.
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Apr 4, 2011 - ... broke my lens cover on my nikon coolpix s52. when i try to turn it on it says Lens cover error and has a ... Can i fix it myself? What would be the approximate cost of repairs? ... How to fix Nikon Coolpix L6 digital camera lens?
Hey Chamber Girl, One common cause of this is that something is stuck in the lens obstructing its movement (i.e. sand), and you could try blowing compressed air into the side of the lens to try and dislodge what ever is stuck. You could also try putting the camera on a flat surface with the lens pointed up and holding down the shutter button, and while doing this press the power button. If this doesn't work I would have it looked at by an authorized service technician, but I will say digital camera repairs often exceed the value of the camera. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
I had the same problem. I dropped my camera on the floor today while its on. I tried hitting it but it didn't work. So what I did is, I pull the lens or shuttle forward then I close it and turn it back on. It work perfectly fin now. I hope that helps.