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Mavica cd-400 lense wont go back in.camera tells me to power off and on.still wont work.

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   The lens of camers get malfunctioning,Therefore you have to replace complete lens assymbaly.For this contact nearest SONY SERVICE CENTRE.

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Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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