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The camera will not stay on

I need help with when I turn my camera on it comes on and goes right back off (just on and off) also the lens is out and won't go back in I have a DSC S600 Sony Cybershot Camera Thanks any help will help

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  • bobbye50 Apr 29, 2009

    I have replaced the batteries that was the first thing I did. I wish that was the answer

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That is because your battery is low

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