Question about Cameras
From what you said, it shouldn't be a lens problem, but even dust, lint, and sand can cause problems. The focusing ring works with an electromagnetic field, and that attracts particles. You can try to spray compressed air into the lens assembly to free it up, or give it a medium bump with the palm of the hand, while holding the camera with the lens facing up, then down. This following site tells of other possibilities, and might help:
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Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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