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My optio was dropped with the lens going down first. now my camera makes noises & the screen is black. how do i go about fixing it?

Basically i was taking pictures with my friend, and on accident i dropped my camera with the lens going down first [it was turned on], it appeared to be alright, but it started to make noises, and now when you turn it on it goes to the OPTIO screen, and then turns black, and continues with the noises. How am i able to fix my problem? my friend was handing me my camera (turned on) and i accidentally dropped it. it looked fine except for the lens was dented in a little. this happened once before and it said lens malfunction. i pulled it out and it was fine so i did the same this time and then i just turned it off. when i got back to it though, after i turned it on, the screen is all purple and has lines and the picture won't show. i need serious help, PLEEEEASE!!! (all the functions work and i can see pictures i've already taken, so it is the lens for sure)

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  • carlyb4 Jul 31, 2008

    i dropped my kodak easyshare M753 camera when my friend asked to see it and i thought she had it when i picked it up it was off.so i tried to turn it on and it said lens error and a whole bunch of numbers and i have no idea what to do HELPPP MEEE!

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Looks like the gears or retracting mechanics are damaged.

its problably not worth to take it in, to get it fixed (depends on the camera). but most likely sound like the gears are busted.

you be paying for repairs that costing waaay more than the camera.

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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