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Dropped my camera lens seems to be stuck

I dropped my ND40. It still takes pictures ok, but the lens seems to be stuck. I cannon move it. Any thoughts. thanks

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Contact Nikon USA (if you're in the US) and ship them the camera and attached lens.This will cost, which they will estimate up-front, but it is the absolutely best solution to the problem. Anything else is a hack job!

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