Question about Cameras
How did this occur?
If the lens was hit or dropped while the lens was out, that can cause a lot of damage.
First, Look at the lens as it is extended. You may be able to gently push the lens in the opposite direction after starting the camera. This has worked for me on some.
If the lens protector on the end of the lens has popped off, look at the problem. If the shutters have also popped out.... oh boy, that may not be able to be fixed.
You may want to sell this camera on Ebay as a broken or AS IS, PARTS, FOR REPAIR. These lenses are not the easiest to repair, and the small parts inside may be broken.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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