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I dropped my digital camera when it was opened and it is jammed open, I had power at first, but then I took the batery out and put it back in and have now power. I cant get it to close. What can I do to repair it?

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I have the same problem exactly. After my 3 yr old daughter brought it back to me after she had bounced it off the floor a few times, the lens was half out with the last pic taken on the display. I couldn't do anything so i removed and reinserted the batt and now i have a sticky out lens and no power...

Posted on Jun 04, 2007

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