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Power goes on, lens extends, lens immediately retracts, power light goes to red, power goes off. elapsed time 2or 3 seconds.

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What type of the battery do you use for you camera? Was your problem as low power warning for full charged new batteries? It maybe helpful, good luck for using Li-ion Kodak EasyShare battery

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  • 2. Try using compressed air to clean around the lens barrel area, this may dislodge the debris that is preventing the lens from extending or retracting.
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  • 4. With the power OFF, place the camera flat on the table with the lens facing the ceiling. While holding the shutter button down turn on the power, this will cause the lens to auto focus hopefully seating the lens barrel guide pins.
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