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Sony DSC W70 lens stuck!

I have this camera and i just fully charged the battery and when i left it on my desk for 5 minutes in the "on" mode it turned off suddenly and the lens is now stuck open. when i turn it back on access pops up and then it tells me to turn it on and off again. after doing so it still doesn't work. i have tried taking out the memory stick and the battery then turning it back on and still no luck. any ideas??

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This is what I found out on this and how I fixed it. This is all relative to my camera. What I found out was the view finder has a small detent which rides in a groove. When droped or bumped it falls out of the groove. To fix this I had to remove the lens assembly and realign the view finder guide. I was a fairly simple procedure.

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