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Samsung nv10 digital camera, the lense is stuck in zoom position. if i turn on my camer i cant get it to close and then it shuts off

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Hi! As a first course of action please remove the battery and press hold the power button for 10secs. while the battery is removed. Install the batter, turn it on and see how it goes.

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I have had the same problem with a different camera, the problem started when I did not have sufficient battery charge to turn the camera off completely. The camera shut down, but the lense did not retract.
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First try remove the batteries and holding the power button as if you are going to start the camera, then reinsert and try again. (make sure they are fully charged first)
You can try connecting the camer to the computer before you turn it on. Connected to the computer the camer goes through a slightly different start up procedure.
Try switching it to playback mode on restart.
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I too have this problem. I sold the broken one on ebay, and bought a second hand one and low behold - it TOO has a stuck lens.

unfortunately warrentey ran out months ago. How depressing.

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