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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Lens stuck open
Hi! Sounds like we have the same problem but mine says lens error 221,0,0,0 and my daughter dropped mine. If i dont get an answer soon, im sending my in for repair, it will only cost me $50.00. Here is the website incase you want to fix yours :) WWW.Kodak.com and just click on the repairs and services. Good Luck!!
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
I had the same problem. Even though I was keeping the camera on the dock all of the time to charge it, the solution was very simple - get a new battery for inside the camera.
I bought new ones at a greatly reduced price on eBay. Now I carry one with me wherever I go in case the battery wears out/down.
I shoot a lot of videos, so it really takes a lot out of the batteries.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
Scream to Kodak for the money of your purchase be returned to you!!
We, citizens, are up to here with electronics that last enough past the 3 months of warranty manufactured companies offer!!
Shame to all of them!!
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
If you've recently dropped the camera you may have damaged the lens zoom mechanism. This causes the camera to shut down, preventing further damage. There's no safe DIY fix for that, and the camera will require professional repair.
Another possibility is a buildup of dust, dirt, etc. in the lens mechanism. This is routinely caused by using the camera in dusty/sandy outdoor settings, or by keeping the camera in a case or camera bag. Sounds odd, but the cases build up dust which eventually ends up in the lens area. You can try blowing out the area with air from a compressor or keyboard cleaner (canned air), but this problem often requires professional repair/cleaning.
Your problem could also be power related. If your rechargeable battery is more than a year old it may need to be replaced. Old batteries appear to charge up OK, but they frequently do not hold a charge sufficient to operate the camera. Before you replace the battery though, wipe the contacts on it, and in the camera's battery compartment, with a clean dry cloth to remove corrosion that may have built up. Heavy corrosion may require cleaning with a fine wire brush, steel wool, or sandpaper. After the cleaning, give the battery a good charge and then see if the camera is working.
If repairs are needed, take the camera to a Kodak dealer/repair point (NOT the camera department in a chain store) and also check Kodak customer service on line at www.kodak.com. Be sure to get a firm price, not just an estimate, before you commit. The price of a fix can approach the cost of a new camera, and repairs typically only carry a 30-day warranty.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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