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How long is the warranty good for on this camera?

I have the same problem with mine as was described by 2 other owners of this camera.  The image stabilizer not working message comes on, not allowing me to use the camera.  Also, before that happened, the left side of the pictures I took all came out blurry.  I don't think I dropped it, but maybe so.  What does the manufacturer warranty cover, how long is it good for, and how do I go about using it to fix or replace my camera (sorry, have never had to go through this process before).?

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If u call the repairs dept they can explain the warranty in detail to u. their number is 800-706-2534 and option 2.

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