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Focus and or Zoom problem

I just got this camera for Mothers Day and now I have a problem with the focus or zoom. The camera will automatically focus in, but will not zoom in or out, it just gets blurry. Neither the video mode, nor the memory mode will zoom in focus. I went thru the book and called tech support, and they said send it back.
Does anyone know how I can fix this?

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Double check that its still in auto focus, i went a whole day trying to figure out why my camera wouldnt focus, and i had auto focus off

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