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Try to check the lens lever. it may have been in low battery level since your last usage before it went out of control. But be sure to have it check byt a qqualified technician for better diagnose.
This is normal with Kodak digital cameras. Use good old AA alkaline batteries instead of the Kodak expensive battery pack. Make sure you use the viewfinder and keep the LCD display off as much as possible. The LCD display will deplete the batteries in about 4 hours if left on. Use the quick view option to see what the picture you just took looks like.
KODAK can repair this fault. However if OoW it will cost about 88 pounds. However KODAK offers a trade up option where you will have the opportunity to trade up to a newer model 25-30% cheaper than the market price.