Question about Nikon Cameras
There is nothing at all you can do to fix this on a DIY basis. If the lens is under warranty then return it to Nikon for a free repair, but if not then in many countries, Nikon Authorised Service Centres offer fixed price repairs subject to a few obvious conditions (e.g. no evidence of unauthorised repairs, no liquid damage, etc.).
If you cannot benefit from a warranty and cannot afford a repair then you'll just have to get used to manually focussing it.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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