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Lens error 1114

I was taking snaps, by mistake camera dropped from my hand. Immediately I took it up but the lens was struck i tried to off and on the camera but the massege is comming lens error 1114. Please help me out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • geedone Jul 28, 2008

    I have the Sanyo VPC-S750 and have the same error number. I do not want to send it to CA for repair (would cost more than camera is worth). So any ideas on what I could do???

  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2008

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  • melbrett Nov 14, 2008

    lens error is showing up on screen of my daughters camera due to her possibilitie of a drop

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I have the help Yashika and do not know how to fix it help me !!!!!

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

Ok if your lans is kinda pointing to one side (like My) you cinda have to pray lol it worked for me love ya god and than you hit your lans to straitin it out and than it will turn on but tha lans still wont go back in so you have to hit it s cupple time down **** so it will go back but not hard dont hit it bck in just kinda lusint it a bit and than turn on the camera and it shuld taike in the lans.

hope i helped

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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Open the camera, and then gently push the lens to the center, so that it is centered. Put the batteries in, and turn it on.. it should start as usual. Turn it off, and then put it back together.

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

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