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The lens may be out of position, or there could be dirt/dust in the lens mechanism. You could try some of the following suggestions:
1: Switch on the camera while you hold the shutter button and connect it to the AC adapter or to the USB cable at the same time.
2: Now by default the lens should get properly aligned if not try to twist them slightly by holding down the camera lens with soft hands.
3: Just push and pull the lens slightly as it extends automatically.
4: Now when the lens is in the hard surface power on your camera.
5: Try to hit the camera softly beside the lens which might solve the issue.
This is the shutter problem. Is locked in open position due to flexible cable failure or because of sand. To be sure, take a wooden pencil and hit a couple of times the extended lens barrel.If this work, your camera will return to normal, otherwise you should go to a service or a specialist to fix it.
it may be a lens error. mine does that all the time. make sure you remove the batteries or make sure it can't turn on while it is in a jam packed place like a purse or the case for it because the lens could get jammed. it sounds like that's what your problem is.
Here is the solution for your problem. If you look at your camera at an angle, you will see the zoom lens is little bent to the side. I want you to put pressure on the cam to snap-it into it's place. After you heard a click, then turn-on your camera. This will fix your cam.
sounds like a lens error, does the lens extend or retract? You probably have to get the lens back on track, use gentle pressure wiht the camera face down on a towel covered table and turn on to see if the camera tries to retract the lens. I really dislike these types of cameras that extend the lens everytime, if it turns on in your pocket, your doomed!