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Nikon lens 18--55mm stuck

Nikon lens is stuck , dont believe it was dropped.f1 year old cant find guarantee

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Dropping is the most common cause or a knock whilst whilst the lens is out.
Dirt ingress is another possibilty.
It is almost always physical damage - or a low battery.
There is- as always this out of warranty items of this class no repair opportunity

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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