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Fault code on my camera and not focusing

Hi there i dropped my camera on a beach and some sand seem to get into it but it also shows the code 61:10 and the picture is out of focus i re-initialised the camera but the problem still exists can you help me please?
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Error Code 61:10 shows problem in Lens assy and related to Focus and Zoom Initialization. In my point of view, Lens assy drive motor got jamed. Put 1 drop of W-40 cleaning lequid on this motor, it might work.

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