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I have a SonyDSC-P73, screen turns white and won,t come on.

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The only time that happens with mine is when I am low/out of battery power. I usually have to replace the batteries (even if the lens is still out) and then it works fine. Find it happens more often with rechargeable batteries because they still have a bit of power left, where regular batteries have nothing left after they 'die'.

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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