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Help on PDR-3310 can not power on and no displace on LCD

Suddenly, when I tried to power off the camera, the len could not move to original position, and LCD no display, cannot power on again. when I press power button, I can help a sound from len, but the len can not move.


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  • Bill Pavlopff Dec 01, 2008

    Camera is locked in the open position. Battery is fully charged. Will not operate in any condition. When I press the shutter button the little red light will flicker for just a secong.

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Push lens assembly back into camera gently yet firmly with your thumbs until you hear a click.

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