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Kodak dx7590 zoom lens will not move. all other functions appear to be normal.

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Try to go on the settings it might cause the problem. if still dont work it must be the hardwares problem. send it back to the place where you bought it and let the expert technician help you with that. they have tools to fix your problem. hope that helps sir!

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Hello

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

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    John Smith Aug 17, 2008

    Try and change the batteries.
    Maybe their is not enough power in the batteries to operate the lens.

    If not, turn your camera off, and turn it back on after 5 min.

    Also, go into setting and try and reset it to factory defaults.

    If non of the above work, you may have to return it to repair it under warranty.

    Cheers


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