Question about Kodak Cameras
I recommend you contact kodak or another professional repair company to get the lens mechanism repaired. I would suggest agains trying to fix it yourself.
Something you can try on your own risk:
Pull the lens out as far as it comes, you may have to twist it to the direction it extends.
IT may unjam the mechanism or in the worst case make it worse. I really recommend sending it for repair.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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