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February 5, 2008 at 9:58 AM teenynz said... I couldn't believe it I fixed my camera. time to go shopping. :-(( December 28, 2007 at 5:51 AM Anonymous said... so maybe you should try beating it around and pulling on it. Source

I tried the next steps, blowing on it, putting it in review mode, turning it on upside down, etc etc ... The cost to repairing almost any point and shoot digtal is usually atleast the cost of buying a new one (if anyone would repair it at all). If this does not help, then we regretthe camera must be sent to our Nikon Service department as there are no user serviceable parts on Nikon Coolpix cameras. If this is the case, it means your camera has picked up on the issue as well. http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html

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finally, I tried shaking and hitting and pushing. If it's too costly to repair, and you have no other option, you might want to consider retrying the last too fixes (tapping the camera, and forcing the lens). The user manual that came with your digital camera should offer some guidance in this regard. 4 Consider buying a new camera. Steps Part 1 Troubleshooting Your Camera 1 Check for a lens error pop-up.[1] There are lots of things that could possibly explain a digital camera lens problem.

Keep this in mind and make sure you get a price estimate before handing your device over for repair.[12] 3 Buy a new camera lens. i tried these, but its not fixing it. May 28, 2008 at 1:06 PM Camera Repair said... Lens Error Nikon J1 Using the side of a pencil to tap the camera barrel works too, if you're worried the force of your hand might damage the camera further.[4] 3 Clean the lens barrel.[5]

Still nothing.After about 5 or 6 times of hitting it in every spot and from every direction, one would think there was no hope ... Lens Error Restart Camera Canon Finally, I'm curious just how many people actually read this far down into this article. March 23, 2008 at 11:07 AM Anonymous said...

i'd rather doing it my way.

Anonymous, You have a nice camera. Nikon Coolpix L840 Lens Error Powered camera up and it worked fine. ty... This may help fix whatever problem your camera is having.

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Thanks for this resource. tried pushing lightly on lens. Lens Error Nikon Coolpix So I finally gave up, but upon putting the thing back together and trying the lens, I got an improvement (I think): the lens actually made a fast rat-a-tat sound like Camera Lens Stuck Thank you for the info.

Camera fixed! this contact form Hey my camera fell cause my brother threw it on now my dad is really mad because i had save my money for 3 years now i don't know what to Sometimes a lens can be damaged in a fall beyond repair. thank you so much, Megan May 18, 2008 at 12:48 PM Camera Repair said... Nikon Coolpix Lens Stuck

I have a A530 Powershot.Thanks a lot for your help the posting with the solution for the 'lens error' solution doing the following worked to a treat and saved me a You saved me from having to pay my boss $$! Totally appreciate your post. have a peek here There are other techniques listed from readers there that just might work for your situation.

Do you know how much they charge to fix it cause they wont tell me without me paying £20 just to look at it. Camera Lens Won't Retract I put the screw back and the camera works like a charm. no such luck :( but thanks for your response.

the cylinder with the smaller diameter wouldn't completely retract and the picture was blurry.

While powering up, i pulled the inner cylinder counter clockwise and felt a snap. May 21, 2008 at 12:54 AM kathy said... but nothing has worked. I Dropped My Camera And The Lens Is Stuck I have a Nixon Coolpix L6.

now it's fine. Sorry to hear about the sand. however i fixed it by taking it apart, the top cover thingy, and then pushing the lens back down into place. Check This Out The one that seems to work is forcing the lens until it clicks.

Gently pull it out and clean its end connections with a Q-tip dipped in alcohol. I've never dropped the camera, the battery is fully charged, and i can't think of anything that could be wrong with it. i actually tried twisting it back in but i was afraid to break it any other suggestions plzzzzzz March 5, 2008 at 5:13 PM Anonymous said... I really like the camera and havent had it long.