My camera starts up slow, and this code comes up flashing. The screen is working, but I'm not able to focus and take pics. I tried initializing the camera to reset it but I was unable to do that. Any thoughts? JJ
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Are you sure it is your charger and not the battery? (Batteries)
You could buy a new Sony charger, but there are lots of universal camera battery chargers, that won't cost as much and you can use it for every battery from every camera. Pick the right one and you have a charger for years to come, whatever your new camera will be and how big or small the batteries are.
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i.m sorry to hear your camera lcd screen is broken. for the dscw80 as posted (although this unit is 7.2MP only) cost $91 for out of warranty repairs. now since you' had mentioned that your cam is 12.1MP it could very well be a different camera.check this website for correct repair cost amount: https://eservice.sony.com/webrma/web/index.do
just to inform you this is what we call a flat rate amount, so it's the minimal cost for the repair. if sony finds out the issue is cost by accidental, physical,impact damage or caused by misuse or mishandling of unit, the repair cost will go higher than the flat rate amount and even if your still covered by the manufacturer's warranty, this would void it. come to think of it, it seems it's much better getting a new camera than to have it repaired if this is the case, and most of the time it's just uneconomical to repair. hope this info answered your question.thanks.