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It must have gotten damaged when I dropped my camera. i tried these, but its not fixing it. The website also shows a simple method for cleaning these gears. KAMERA HANDY STATION 34.308 προβολές 14:40 nikon s220 lens error - Διάρκεια: 0:35. his comment is here

Very cool! May 18, 2008 at 1:35 PM Anonymous said... skip to main | skip to sidebar Do It Yourself Digital Camera Repair This Blog is dedicated to the home repair of digital cameras. so can you help me? http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html

The screen showed a lens error and shut down. Sometimes even machines need a little shake. =) April 11, 2008 at 3:47 PM Anonymous said... when i turn it on and quickly click the 'view pictures' button, i can view my pictures, and the lens does not come out, but when i just turn it on, I have a Casio Exilim EX-z77 and I brought it with me to the beach this weekend.

  1. I removed the entire case, front & back, by unscrewing 7 phillips screws ( note different threads on one screw, & different length on the R side.
  2. it dropped on the ground on top of the lens and the camera completely shut off and the lens is now halfway extended outward and it doesnt let the camera go
  3. March 16, 2008 at 10:09 AM Scairns said...
  4. Sometimes the lens won't even move.
  5. you'll come short.
  6. do i need to take this back to the shop?
  7. This problem goes by many names, depending on the camera manufacturer.
  8. Thank you so much!!
  9. But first, do not use liquids to clear the sand.

Method #7 work for me... While testing the macro i accidentally stepped on uneven ground and hit the lens towards the wall. Finding the tips on this page I tried pulling on the lens as I turned on the camera. June 10, 2008 at 12:11 PM Lihtan said...

Much better than paying someone to "fix" it... Thanks so much- tried your ideas and my camera is back in business- was suffering from a drop and croked zoom January 20, 2008 at 4:13 PM vince said... Heard about this fix from somewhere on the net. http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera.html Will Shut Down Automatically.

do not try forcing the lens. Your help in sharing will be appreciated, and karma will prevail! Tried all the way but not work. Doesn't matter what maker.

Truly invaluable advice! Usually it's sand or grit interfering with the lens extension mechanism. When you turn the camera on with the card removed it may come back to life, as this triggers a reset in some cameras. Wish I found your website earlier.

On some Canon cameras, this requires holding the menu button down with the camera powered on for up to 10 seconds. this content I mean, a loud zoom motor, or a �100 repair bill? Turn off and restart the camera again. Camera fixed!

Then I told you the results, Matias February 18, 2008 at 5:40 PM Anonymous said... Try grabbing and holding the smallest inner lens barrel at its furthest extended position, preventing it from returning to the camera. I guess it's because I have a silicone covering for the camera that while it protects it from scratches, it doesn't help with the dust particles. weblink well I had my Finepix s7000 lens stucked with sand(yes sand!).

Fix #2: If the camera's batteries ran down completely while its lens was still open, the camera may show a lens error or not start properly when new batteries are installed. It's certainly better but there is still something sticking, gentle taps while the lens is trying to open seems to help it and I can now take pictures again, maybe it Sonny DSC-W55:lens gets stuck occasionally on start-up.

The lens maybe be broke.

Take a picture and view it on your computer using a card reader. All it took was an extremely gentle rotation of the lens. Usually it's sand or grit interfering with the lens extension mechanism. okay so i have a Casio exilim 10.1 mega pixel and i dont know what happened to it.

Some error messages may just show a number (e18 error). My wife is pretty upset at me for dropping her camera. I have a Sony Cybershot DSC-W5. check over here January 27, 2008 at 2:28 PM Ashley said...

But I wouldn't just give up on your camera yet. Try forcing the lens to straighten it and put it back in its place. Should I open it to clean the lens and gears or should I just put it in some kind of liquid to remove those sand away without the batteries, and then I tried the blow-dryer again today and that didn't work, so I tried banging my camera on the carpet, and OMG, it worked.

You're amazing and I'm so grateful. I'm sure you saved me a considerable amount in repairs or in a new purchase. I can't thank you enough for your blog. Any help would be appreciated.

I didn't want to give up on the camera for it was a gift for my birthday.Thank you very much! For how long, I don't know... Its amazing! I couldn't believe it I fixed my camera.

I have a Canon PowerShot A530 and I dropped it while I was taking a picture and it turned off. I can give more details if anyone needs them but you do need to be able to unsolder a couple of wires and the battery terminals.In any case the lens assembly I'm re-charging the battery (it had sitting a while) and who knows? GotNoEvidence 215.277 προβολές 14:57 Sony Cybershot DSC-W55 Stuck Lens Fix Repair - Διάρκεια: 2:08.

Fix #4: Place the camera flat on its back on a table, pointed at the ceiling. Now everytime I try to turn it on, "Lens Error 150,0,047" flashes on the screen and then the camera turns off. This blog is awesome. t00nz843z 1.234.559 προβολές 16:32 How to fix a camera whose lens is stuck - Διάρκεια: 8:04.

I tried all your fixes, including opening the thing up (following your other Coolpix instructions and just guessing at what to do) but I couldn't actually get to the lens pins/guides it turns on at picture model with the logo and then died. There is definitely some risk here, so take care when conducting the following fixes: Fix #5a: If you actually do notice sand particles stuck in the gaps around the lens barrel, In desperation, I gently twisted the smaller lens barrel clockwise (looking at the lens front on) just after switching on the camera and hey presto, the lens motor whirred into life!I