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May I ask for the model name of your Nikon camera? Once I have this information, I will be able to answer your question.
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On the camera, in the focus menu, enable AutoFocus-On and AutoFocus-C. Then from the Custom Settings menu, choose Auto Focus, and set AutoFocus Activation to off. Once that is complete, test the lens once more to verify it is working.
Please, report back with your status.
Is the lens dirty at all? Please, clean both sides of the lens and test it once more.
I am referring to cleaning the actual glass lens. Is that also complete?
At this point, as you may already be aware of, the connections on the lens may be faulting and/or the lens itself is faulting. In either case, the fix will be to replace the lens. Does that all make sense?
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