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Lens error. I took my camera to a water park and accidentally someone splashed water and since then the lens is out,and i' unable to close the lens. It says lens error. Please suggest a best possible way to salvage my camera. Thanks

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It may have caused damage to the lens or the dirt in the water may have got stuck in the joints which makes it jammed. keep it to dry and then blow air over it..

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When you turn the camera on the lens comes out and has parameters when extending to focus, if the lens does not open fully it sees a problem and then closes.

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another solution is to have someone sell your camera on an auction site for parts, to make some money towards another camera purchase

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