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I would try placing the camera on the table (very solid surface that doesn't move) then activating the self timer to take a picture. this will make sure you eliminate the chance that it's you and not the camera. if it still comes out blurry and you haven't inadvertantly switched it to manual focus, if the little thing has such a feature, you got a busted camera.
If you dropped the camera then the lense is out of alignment from when you dropped if mabey it can be fixed or not. It will cost much to fix the camera.it has a gear mechanisim so if its out of line its fuzzy pics.
the problem is with lens.this sometimes happens if cam becomes victim with water. there is some buzzing noise when the shutter of lens gets opened or closed. please clean the lens with the solution once.then you can make out of blurs.
I encountered this issue today while taking a photo of my dog she licked the lens... the LCD screen went all blurry and I was unable to take any photos. The thing kept beeping at me and I was about to throw it in the bin until I had a good look at the lens. As there was a picture coming through on the LCD I knew it wasn't completely stuffed however as the camera couldn't focus an image it gives the unhelpful beeps which apparently translates to clean the lens! So i gave it a clean and presto it was fixed!
Just be careful when u clean it make sure u don't scratch the lens with rough material or use chemicals. Hope it works.
You can call the repairs dept and they can give you a pretty good idea over the phone of how much it will cost. Their number is 800-706-2534 and then keep choosing option 1.
They might ask you to send it in so they can look at it but they will send you an estimate of what it would cost to fix it before they do any work.
If your camera will stay on long enough you can try resetting the camera but I doubt if that will do anything.