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I dropped my camera

I dropped my Nikon coolpix on the floor at school and now the lens is stuck a littlew bit out and it will not turn on, it just flashes a little red light and does nothing. what should I do?

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  • Bobbi Marie Nov 18, 2007

    my friend dropped my camera on the floor while the retractable lens was open and it closed and now it wont open again. I tried taking it apart but all that did was have me get shocked because i forgot to take out the batteries. Will someone please help me because this is not my camera. I borrowed it from my grandma and i dont want to tell her i broke it so please help.

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Idk i have tht same problem and i just got my camera



i droppped it on the bathroom floor

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