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What do I do?

My camera will turn on in the picture review mode, but it will not stay on when switched to the picture taking mode. The message I receive is: Turn the power off and on again. I turned the power off and on again several times with no luck.

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Re: What do I do?

The problem with your camera can be in optical (lens) unit. Part number is: 884875701 If you need more info please advice.

Posted on Apr 03, 2007

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