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Error E:62:10 My Sony Cybershot DSC-T9 has suddenly flashing E:62:10 all the time. The camera is also taking longer than usual to get to the taking pictures stage eg, when you flick open the lense, it takes around 10 seconds for anything to show.  Does this have to do with the error that is flashing up - I can't get rid of it.

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  • jami1 Dec 01, 2007

    Have the same problem for several weeks now. After a week or so the cameral also went vibrating when turned on. Mostly the vibrating stops after a while and then i can take a picture.

    Suggestions anyone ?

  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2008

    Same problem with my Sony DSC-T9. error message and vibration. Been happening for several months(6). I have been reading that many people are having the same problem. I have been waiting for Sony to step up and fix that obvious design flaw. I'll keep waiting but I don't have much hope.

    Bill

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  • vexedt50 Mar 21, 2008

    Same problem as decribed - vibration but then ok again later

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2008

    camera flashs e:62:10

  • skkhazana May 15, 2008

    Sony camera DSC T9. Have E 62:10 flashing all the time. Camera takes longer to access and take photos. This happened suddenly today. very irritating. SK

  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

    My case is a SONY CyberShot DSC-T10 and this error message E:62:10 is flashing continuously, even though the camera is working normally. It take a longer time to be ready for picture taking mode.

    What is the meaning of this error message and what I am supposed to do to correct it ?

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This seems to be a design flaw on the T series. Literally thousands of T series owners have had this problem at some time or the other on their "well-used" camera.
This sounds harsh, and maybe even dangerous, but it's not : use a rubber mallet, or better still, smack the bottom of the camera on smooth hard surface. it fixed my problem.

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I had the same problem with my CyberShot DSC-H5. I did the following: Re-initialize the camera. Take the batteries out of the camera and place back in about a minute later. See if that helps. It cured my problem. However, I have the DSC-H5 and not the DSC-T9 but in my research this is a Sony universal problem that they don't seem to want to own up to. Maybe it's time for a Canon, Nikon or other, eh?

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Problem is failed/failing FPC connection. Needs a technician to repair. Sorry, no quick fix. I am a Sony Tech.

Posted on May 05, 2009

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    if you was a sony tech you would be alot more of help to others on here

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Hello,
I have the same problem too and I have been in discussions for several months with the technical support of Sony without results.
I found over a hundred forums like this one where users are desperate to find a solution. I'm so upset that I created a micro-website on http://sony-e-62-10.tk/ and a YouTube channel to document all this!
I also documented the workaround that was circulating on the Internet but seems to have disappeared...watch https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPZUiFciMAuM3PhX7zc-PkQ/featured
I hope it will help you

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