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Camera will not show picture

I have a Sony 4.1 MegaPixel MPEGMovie VX DSC - S80

When I push the power button the lens comes out but the camera turns off. If I turn the dial to show what pictures are on the memory card it will show them?? How can I get the camera to turn on when powering up.

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    Havabigun Dec 22, 2008

    The camera comes on but the screen is now white and not blue with the data on it.

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    My camera Sony 4.1 has static line showing across the screen.

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    Ella Dickerson Martin Mar 15, 2009

    lens comes out , picture does not show, I see lines and spots on screen

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Clean the battery with alcohal and *** juices

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