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Kodak af 7.0 mega pixels

I am not sure if the camera was dropped. The lens will not retract. What do I do?

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Check to see if the part of the lens that pops out the most is partially indented. if so, pull it out of the indent so that it returns to normal. if that isn't the problem then i'm sorry but i cant help you. best of luck.:]

Posted on May 20, 2008

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