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Kodak C 763 lens trouble

My lens won't come out. My camera turns on but it flashes "Lens Error: 16" and then shuts off.

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Hey cnantz11,
I went to the manufactures website and troubleshot your error code. They suggest you, turn off your camera, if you have a memory card in your camera remove it, remove the batteries from your camera and wipe the contacts with a soft clean cloth, reinstall the batteries, turn on your camera. If this doesn't I would have it looked at by an authorized service center, and if it is still covered under manufacturers warranty the repair would most likely be free.

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Allan
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Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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