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Lens stuck camera turing on and off

Our camera turns on, but the lens is stuck in its open zoom position and it sounds like the motor is running trying to extend the lens. Then it turns off

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    camera on stuck with lens extended snd wont close

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Lens mechanism is shot. A repairs is not likely to be an economic proposition Contact Kodak customer support for a try

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