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CAMERS TURNS ON LENS OUT THEN BACK IN... 3 STEADY CLICKING SOUNDS

Camera goes on when button hit>lens extends out>beep,beep,beep,beeep,beep>lens back in>6 steady clicking sequences>followed by 6 beeps>then usually shuts back off.?

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Well i´m the bad news guy, it could be two things, or u droped the camera and the zoom lens is out of the place and the sensors arent working properly or it´s just the sensors that are no working, the only way is to send to a repair centre normally they just replace all the lens. All the beeps it´s just to say that the lens is lost.... can´t locate it self.

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http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html

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