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Unknown I dont now the specific part name, but the thing that extends out that also has the lense on it wont extend when i push power. All i can do is acess my pictures, but when i flip it to take a picture it wont extend out, and the camera turns itself off. I already tried replacing batteries. Could someone help me?

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Easy just grab it pull and twist and pull it to full out and power it on and off

Posted on May 11, 2008

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