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Camer couldn't work

I can't use camera in k320i. when i push the button from the left side and choose camera function from the menu,the display appear for 1 second and then back to the menu. how can i solve this problem?

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Your phone is probaby just broken. Take it to the store where you bought it and they may let you return it.

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