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Stuck on auto bracket

I have a Sony DSLR A/350 camera and it's stuck on an 'auto bracket function' and there is no obvious way to turn it off. Please help...

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Did you follow the directions on Page 99 of the manual?

http://www.docs.sony.com/release/DSLRA300.pdf

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