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Camera will not start properly and lens is out

I'm not sure if the camera has been dropped but don't think so as the last time it was used it was working in the car. The lens is out we turn on the camera, it appears to start as the green light flashes and the LCD screen lights up with the kodak symbol but then shutsdown. There is no action with the lens system it will neither expand or retract. New batteries have not resolved the problem. The lens does not appear to be scewed to one side either it appears straight. I have tried to move the lens in or out while turning the camera on and off with no success. Thanks

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  • Anonymous May 05, 2008

    I mdon't know what happened, but my lens doesn't seem to come out when my camera is turned on. The lens are stuck. What should I do?



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Picture on my viewer are blurred and also come out blurred when a photo is taken

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Leave the camera sitting with no batteries overnight. Then in the morning install ONLY Kodak AA batteries. I had the exact same problem.

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