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Zoom lens will not completely come out

When turning on the camera, the zoom lens will not completely come all the way out. I have to manually zoom the lens to make the screen clear and the lens come out. Has not been damaged, and lenses are not loose.

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It needs a service -contact the Fuji website technical support.

Posted on May 22, 2007

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