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The moving lens Stuck

When my COUSIN was recording my next door neighbor,he just blocked the camera from not geting recorded and somehow when he blocked the lens,he pushed it and it fell.
Now the zooming thing is stuck.One side is fatter than the bottom one. It was small.Now please message me and applesrockk@yahoo.com if you have a solution.


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You will need to have the camera serviced. You can use FixYa's home page just enter your zip code to find a repair man. Call around your area and you can get an idea of what it will take.
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