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My Kodak C613

I Borrowed My Girlfriends Camera And She Said She Broke It A Couple Of weeks Ago And When I Use It It Worked Fine. But Then It Started To Act Up And Now I Got It To Work And I Was Wondering If You Think I Should Put The Caps Lens Back On Cause I Found That Was The Problem And Now I Need To Know If It Needs Fixed And If It'll Break Again

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Leave the cap off. get a can of compressed air and clean it about once a week.

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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