Question about Kodak EasyShare C330 Digital Camera
My camera was in my purse when it fell on the cement, and I JUST used it to take a picture and it worked fine. I went to turn it back on, and the lens would not retract and I keep getting a LENS ERROR: 12 and an occasional LENS ERROR: 22. I have tried everything posted on here, and nothing is working. When the camera turns off and before displaying the LENS ERROR: 12 it makes a "clicking" noise. I think the lens "cover" is stuck. Any ideas would be appreciated! Please and thanks. (I have a 16 month old daughter, and I take pictures of her daily. So, having my camera work properly is really important.) THANKS IN ADVANCE!
I'm pretty much repeating what everyone else is saying, but hit the base against a hard surface. Don't be afraid to put some force into it! Even after you hit it, however, the lens is liable to jam, and you'll have to manually pull it out if you want it to work.
Posted on May 31, 2011
Nothing we advise you to do except semnd it back to Kodak to be fixed Be warned it may be as cheap to write it off [claim your insurance] and buy another
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
If the camera has been dropped or exposed to liquid, it must be sent to a repair store. Your warranty has been voided and you must pay for the repairs. The cost will be more than the purchase price.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
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