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I have a panasonic DMC - FZ8 DIGI CAMERA,when i turn it on it comes up on the lcd screen "remove lens cover and press >,but nothing happens it keeps comming up

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Hi, this usually means their is a problem with the lense usually the lense motor has failed or pressure has been put on the lense causing it to go further than where it is.
This can happen if the camera has been turned on whilst in the case or if someone has put the camera down on the lense.
You can try this remove batt and mem card then hold the camera in one hand then hit it into the other hand so your shocking the camera this will free any grit and rule that out as being the problem.
The other thing to try is when you switch it on try and pull the lense out slightly this usually solves the problem.
Failing this then the lense motor is no good and will need replacing.

Posted on May 14, 2008

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There is probably something interfering with the lens.

1. Try removing the battery for 5 minutes and see if this resets it.

2. Gently bump the camera on the side in case a gear is stuck or there is some foreign material stuck in by the lens.

3. If neither of these options works, let me know and we can try a couple of other things to try.

thanks

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Hello

start with removeing the batterys for a minute and if you know how to reset the camera reset it.

It might be a fault in the lens.

let me know if that doesnt solve the problem.

Posted on May 14, 2008

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