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Cannot clear error e6120 by initialising as per manual. lense cover has stopped working - is this related

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  • Muscavaya Aug 23, 2008

    The lense cover remains in the open position on my canon powershot A510. Is there a fix for this? Thank you...

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As you will see elsewhere on the web, a common solution is to coax the lens back into its casing (if it's stuck, which mine wasn't with this error) and then hit the lens part of the camera fairly solidly against the heel of your hand a couple of times. Turn it back on and it should be back in action. If not, whack it another few times.

This worked for me with this exact error on the DSC-S600.

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

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