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Alright.. Heres the question. Me and my nephew put his Sanyo digital camera onto his handel bars. We tied it on there good to go a bike cam but some how when he was messing with it, if fell when he was riding and he thinks he ran it over. The lence won't go back in and also it turns on for a second then clicks off. We put it on the charger thinking it was dead and the power light blinks like it would when it charges but nothing happened yet. (He was riding on gras by the way) Could it be broken? What can we do?

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I have seen this a few times, there are some plastic parts that get broken easily in those point and shoot digital cams, when that first happened to me i found a lot of online "tutorials" for it, but the truth is that is broken and it is not very expensive to get it fixed at a shop.

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