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Е:61 :00 flashing on screen

And there is no clear picture like focus

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  • mknodak Sep 25, 2008

    I cannot get my Sony Handycam to focus. There is a flashing E:61:00 in the top right corner of the screen. What do I do to fix it?

  • josievj Dec 22, 2008

    the screen is blurred and there is a E: 61:00 keep on flashing on the screen. pls tell me how to fix it.

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Www.fewin.com/sony/sony.htm
check out this site for the mavica FD73 solution.
The problem is the lense focus adjustment motor.
Better explained in the above web site.
The sudden impact of the camera frees up the
adjustment mechanisms. Thus the error: E:61:00
disappears. I just fixed my Sony Mavica MVC FD 73.

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