Question about Nikon Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED AF-S DX (silver) Lens
I can't rotate the zoom at all. in fact when I detached the lens I noticed that one of the parts (a small round part) was moving about in the lens. Any help?
This is a very common problem. It sometimes happens without cause, sometimes by tightening or removing a filter. There are a couple of keys that keep the front lens from rotating while zooming that are very thin and easily bent. They have to be removed and straightened, and the rear piece you see floating has to be reinserted. It's about a $40 job and half-an-hour by a local independent repair shop. Expect to pay Nikon twice that.
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