Hmm.. I'd say consider selling the camera on E-bay. Be honest about the camera's condition. If the LCD isn't broken, there are many people who would like to buy your camera and use it repair their own. I'd expect to make anywhere from $20 to $40 dollars if the screen isn't broken. The screen on the Kodak 603V breaks pretty easy. I just bought a broken camera to fix my camera with... Sorry I don't have better advice. I would not call Kodak. I did and they wanted about $100 to fix my camera.
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This is not a user solvable problem. One thing that should not be done is to turn on the camera when it has been dropped in dirt, sand or water. This will, in your case, grind the dirt around and parts try to move and contaminate additional parts of the camera. It's only worse if water is involved as this will likely cause shorts in electrical areas. Take the camera to a repair shop and get their opinion on whether it is fixable and if so what they estimate the cost to be. Sometimes it's cheaper to buy a new or used camera.
Turn your camera on and smack the camera against your hand. The E45 error means your lens is stuck. The lens on my V603 was stuck open, when I smacked it against my hand it closed and now works fine. Give that a shot.
LCD replacement is compulsary, for that i suggest only kodak shop, because LCD costs same anywhere in the world, onle service charge differs and that is i think not so much.
so go to kodak only..