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Error message when turning on that stays on

When switching on the camera it takes a couple of seconds. I then get a error message E:61:20 flashing on the screen. This does not affect any pictures or usage of the camera, but why?

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Power won't turn on first it only stayed on for a couple of seconds now it won't turn on...i've already changed the batteries

The issue is with the flash capacitor inside witch controls the camera as welll as proveds eletricity to the flash bulb, you would need to have a camera shop take a look at that because of the voltage inside can cause injury.

Hope this does help

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My Samsung i70 switches itself off after a couple of seconds

I had the same problem with my camera. It was due to the memory card Apparently not all memory cards are compatible with this camera Try to remove a memory card and turn your camera on without it.

Jan 20, 2010 | Samsung i70 Digital Camera

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Sony DSC-W50 camera Error msg E:91:01


Please follow the instructions given below
1. Turn OFF cam
2. Remove the battery or the power supply
3. Turn the switch to CAMERA for about 30 sec
4. Turn the switch to OFF
5. Install the battery or power supply
6. Turn the switch to MEMORY
7. Open the LCD cover and press the RESET button ( small inner button )
8. You will be prompt to adjust date/time. Do it
9. Take some pictures

Second step:
1)at setup do a initialize.
2)go to flash function to turn off the flash (must do it fast,b4 the E91:01 appear,if not you need to reset it again )
by now E91:01 will never can use it like normal,be sure not to turn on your flash again or go to night mode.if not you need to perform step 1 & 2 again.

Let me know, if need further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

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Handycam suddenly won't turn off. When I remove the battery it turns off ,of course, but when I reinstall the battery it starts up even though it is on off. If I try to record it won't and a C:13:01 shows...

I think it is Sony handycam but not sure what model it is.
Please provide model number to find out helpful info for you.
Model number would be written on sticker pasted at bottom of camcorder.

Sep 01, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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My flash doesn't work? how do i turn it on?

Have you tried resetting your camera? Powerdown and take batteries out. Then hold "power" button for 30 seconds, release and repeat couple of times.

Jul 08, 2009 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-W5 Digital Camera

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I have a canon rebel xti, I partially blocked the pop-up flash while taking a picture. There is an error message on the screen - flash error 05, turn camera off and on again to clear. It is not working....


You can reset all your settings and clear errors by removing the battery pack and also under the camera is an access screw to get to a button battery or two. The type of screw you use a dime or quarter to open. With the battery pack out, remove the button batteries and leave all those out for several minutes and then with the batteries still out, activate the On switch for your camera and leave it in the full on position for 30 seconds. That should drain off all residual power from the circuit board inside. You will have to reset everything, such as your personal settings in Tools and the time and date setting. All of those user set items, but your error message should clear too. If you get the error message again, right away, after reinstalling the batteries and battery pack, then you have damaged the Flash Unit... but I doubt that. Canon makes a good camera and I don't think what you describe would cause that problem.


Jan 18, 2009 | Canon EOS 400D / Rebel XTi Digital Camera

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Flash Error

The error 5 can mean that there is something blocking the flash from popping up. If it is up but still get the message then you need to check to see if the little black pin/stick that lets the camera know that the flash is up, is not stuck. With the flash up and pointed at you ( like you are going to take a picture of yourself) the pin is located on the right side close to the where the flash attaches to the camera. Yo should see a little pin sticking up. make sure that area is free of dust and /or debris. if it is not up then that is the problem. try to free it with out braking it or get it professionally repaired.

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my camera lens doesnt work every time i turn it on the screen stays on and then the lens error: M527-22 error comes up can you help me

Feb 25, 2008 | HP Photosmart M527 Digital Camera

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Error message on display

Had the same problem, turn on camera wait until power up is complete and turn it off again. Give lens area a firm hit and turn camera on error should be fixed. try several times as it may not work first time. This worked for me hope it helps

Oct 16, 2007 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S600 Digital Camera

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According to the user manual an error 91 means that the camera has malfunctioned. You need to reset the camera. Here is how you do that:

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