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Lens is stuck

I accidently dropped my camera when takng a picture, and someone bumped me, and i dropped the camera on the lens and it is stuck and when i try to turn it on it says "turn the power off and on again" and the lens shakes a little but doesnt close, im thinking i can get it fixed or fix it myself cause i dont want to spend a lot of money hopefully none; the camera still works tho it will show pictures but it wont take them

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Hello Gruntny, in order to repair this Camera you will have to replace the OPTICS UNIT (ED13A). Please contact your nearest Sony Service. Best regards, Arpad

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