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Lens will not retract

I am using rechargeable batteries and for some reason my lens will not close? Is there something in the menu that I need to adjust?

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The 4330 uses a lot of batteries and dying result in the above probelm.. Use fresh 2300 power fully charged battries.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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PowershotA2400is len cannot retract


Are you sure the battery still has enough power (even after charging) to let the lens motor do its job?
Are you sure there is no mechanical problem, you can see on the outside? Did anyone stop the lens, while it was coming out? Did anyone drop the camera, while the lens was out?
There cam be a lot of reasons, why a lens won't retract. Could be some force was used, also could be something just went wrong inside the camera. Like a gear that broke inside, or the motor stopped working. A contact failed and perhaps lots of other things.
If you already took out the battery, and reinserted it, and nothing changed, The only thing you than can do is after getting the battery out, is recharge the battery and then put it in.
If you have a spare battery, or you know anyone who has the same battery, try that battery. If nothing indicates a mechanical failure, and nothing helps, just contact the Canon Service Centre closest to you. First ask what a possible repair will cost. hen decide if you would like it repaired or you want a new camera.
New camera's are much better and cheaper than cameras last year.

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My kodak easy share cameras zoom lens is not retracting so the camera is not turning on


When a lens got stuck, by whatever reason, the camera shuts down to prevent further damage to the lens construction. If you can't move the lens at all. PLEASE DON'T APPLAY ANY FORCE TO THE LENS, just feel, try to find out what is holding the lens. If you can't see anything, the defect can be on the inside. This can't be changed easy. I don't believe in shock therapy, because you could help the lens to move once, but when something is wrong, it will happen again and the damage will add up.
But perhaps your camera is not turning on and that is why the lens does not move?
Did you try recharging the battery? And check if the battery has enough power?
Try that first.

Jan 08, 2014 | Cameras

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My SAMSUNG TL100 CAMERA LENS STUCK OUT SIDE


Hi,


It seems your camera Lens got stuck in open condition, This will happens due to two reason.

1) Either your camera battery got died or need to be recharged or replace.
or
2) Your camera is malfunctioning and need service (repair).

To resolve the problem. first check battery indicator on your camera, If battery indicator shows battery low, than you need to charge it or you need to replace your battery.

Follow the instruction to retract camera lens:-
1) Turn on your camera.
2) Press the Playback button on the back of your camera. The lens on your camera should retract.

If problem still not resolved then your device need to be serviced (Repair).

Rating the solution is highly appreciated...Good Luck.

Mar 04, 2010 | Samsung TL100 Digital Camera

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Camera stoped working and lens is in the out position, i can't get it on again


Hi,

It seems your camera Lens got stuck in open condition, This will happens due to two reason.

1) Either your camera battery got died or need to be recharged or replace.
or
2) Your camera is malfunctioning and need service (repair).

To resolve the problem. first check battery indicator on your camera, If battery indicator shows battery low, than you need to charge it or you need to replace your battery.

Follow the instruction to retract camera lens:-
1) Turn on your camera.
2) Press the Playback button on the back of your camera. The lens on your camera should retract.

If problem still not resolved then your device need to be serviced (Repair).

Rating the solution is highly appreciated...Good Luck.

Feb 28, 2010 | Samsung Digimax S750 Digital Camera

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Lens won't retract. Camera powers off immediately after powering on without retracting lens. New battery didn't help.


Are you using the recommnded battery KODAK Li-Ion Rechargeable Digital Camera Battery KLIC-7004

first you need to do make sure the battery is fully charged., now if you if this solution will not resolve the issue it means that the Gear Lens is defective thats why your Lens will not retract and camera will not stay On. you need to call kodak to send your camera for repair call toll free 1 800 235 6325., Gudluck!

Oct 31, 2009 | Kodak EASYSHARE V1253 Digital Camera

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Lens wil not retract after battery died


It takes power for the Lens to retract. Recharge or replace batteries to get the lens to retract.

Jun 19, 2009 | Nikon Coolpix 5000 Digital Camera

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Lens comes out, then retracts after charging.


If this camera has a rechargeable battery in it You Will Have to Get a new battery for it(Your Description indicates a Bad Battery Cell). If it uses AA Rechargeable Batteries they will Need to Be Replaced.

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Same problem


your batteries are dead.

Oct 27, 2007 | Samsung Digimax S500 Digital Camera

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Battery problem


It probably lacked the power to retract the lens. I'd start with recharging the battery and see if that corrects the problem.

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