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Lens error 115,1,0,0

Hi, I have a lens error and I heard that they are a pretty common problem. I just wanted to know if you had any idea of how much it would cost if I had to bring it in to be fixed?

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Hey Sarchezz,
I can't tell you how much it would cost to get fixed because without looking at the camera itself an authorized service technician would not be able to even guess, but often the price of camera repairs exceeds the value of the camera. A few things I would try first are removing the batteries and letting the camera sit for a minute or two and then reinserting them, remove the batteries and the memory card then reinsert the batteries only which should give you an error message and then reinsert the memory card, and you could also try placing the camera flat on a table and press and hold the shutter button and then turn the camera on. If none of these suggestions work I would have an estimate done by an authorized service technician. I hope this helps!

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Posted on May 22, 2008

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