Question about Sony A Alpha - Slt-a65v Digital Slr Camera A65
Sent it to sony for repair. In formed that "part" to repair was not available. Under warranty, they offered me a lesser model. I thn determined it was no longer being sold by Sony. An information you can offer me as I pursue a settlement in this matter will be appreciated, Thanks Larry
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Camera lens problem
Im confused, will you pay the lens assy? or they will replace the lens assy free of charge cause its warranty? In my opinion, if all the functions are working, shooting, zooming, flash, playback. just keep the camera, if they will replace the lens assy free of charge, fine. If charge to you, and it will free you from doubts(security) and your willing to pay it. have it replaced. But as I said, if its still working, just free your worry, anyway its warranty, whenever it will break, bring it to service ctr, just say my camera doesnt work. thanks
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
Mu DSC-H5 had the problem. I fixed it myself. The root cause of this problem is the polymer film on the contact of the shutter button is not durable. it deforms with use. The filim is glossy black in color. you can see it if you remove the shutter button. Carefully remove the filim using a fine blade. It is stuck with an adhesive on to the membrane switch contact. make a similar filim from a OHP sheet( use a paper punch) and replace the old filim.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
It is likely to be an issue with the auto focus in the lens. You will get the grinding noise even if you switch the camera on in manual focus, but not if you take pictures in manual focus.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
sonyfsd is right.
In the UK the process was very painless for me a couple of months ago (Dec 2009). Using their online fault-reporting service, I was told to use the words "Known Fault" in the description of the problem. Freepost label and free return meant no charge to me whatsoever.
Only problem was Parcel Force who left the repaired camera, unsigned for, outside my house all day long. Anyone could have stolen it.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
SOURCE: My Sony DSC H9 Failed
The problem is in the Systems Control Board "controls vital areas of the camera" or the battery needs to be replaced, if you have already checked the battery then the alternative is not good news.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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