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Pasotti sergio my camera Olympus Canmedia C-60 doesn't retract lens and comes up code D 1E 1A and doesn't make photo. Thank You

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    Same problem, camera won't turn on error message, motor sounds weak.

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The notor system has broken.
Contact Olympus support re repair.
Be warned of the camera is out of warranty the repair will cost nearly as much as buying another more upto date camera

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