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DSC-W70 Camera Lense

Hi, I am pretty good at repairing cameras however I am having difficulty finding the problem on this one. The camera lense will go out during power on then it will say "Access" the lense will then come back in and back out two or three times this it will say "power down" or whatever. I was wondering if there was a part on the lense that was causing this or I have to buy a whole new lense unit where do I buy it from because I have looked all over the web and can't find it. Thanks Tim

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  • Tim Szafranski Apr 12, 2007

    Thanks for the part number I was wondering if you could tell me where I could by this part I tried sony but they require me to be certified or something, do you have any suggestions? By the way thanks for the quick reply.

    The actual problem I posted I recently fixed by having the lense unit out and the camera on and as I turned the camera on and off I tapped on the casing of the lense unit thinking something was stuck. I eventually got it to go and now I am back to taking beautiful pictures. However I still have another lense exact same camera that needs to be replace so if you could answer my previous question thanks a million.

    Tim

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Hello, the solution for this problem is to replace the lens unit part number: 178836311 If you need more info please advice.

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Some dirt somhow gets on the outside of the lense and they would prevent the lense from opening or closing 100% as it normally does.

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