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I am having some issues with my camera ..

Hey everyone ..

I got my camera for cheap at the beginning of this year and and the seller said all I needed was a charger and it would work.

Ive been using my DSLR and a DSC-T10 in the meantime.

So last month I finally upgraded to a new cybershot DSC W120.

So I was happy to get a new charger to charge the battery.

I charged the battery to full charge and then nothing ..

When I turn on the camera the lens comes all the way out and then it tells me to set the clock.

I cannot press any other button other than the power button.

Any suggestions or solutions?

Thanks!

-Tony

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  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    Cybershot dsc w120 - I have to reset the clock everytime I turn the camera on. fFreshly charged battery and let sit 24 hours as sony trouble shooting recommends. How can I fix this? Or can't I
    Is there an internal memory battery or something?

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Does the unit look like it has been oponed for repair, if yes that could be your fault ...

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