Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W100 Digital Camera

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DSC H2 problem:

Whenever I turn on my camera, it just says "turn the power off and on". The lens of the camre is always stuck to the outside and won't go back in when I turn off the camera. Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks a lot

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  • thedaner May 14, 2008

    Does anyone know why that message comes up in the first place?  I can't seem to use my camera to take photos w/out this annoying message.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    lens of DSC H2 got stuck

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Dear AV, This solution seems to be foolish but this worked for me.
Switch off ur cam and just dropit in a carpet or in a bed then switch it on... it will work

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I cannot believe that this worked! I bought my mom this camera after I had purchased the same one for myself. I gave her mine in December because hers was doing this and I am just now trying to fix it. I hit the front of the camera against my hand twice and it is working great. Thanks!

Posted on May 06, 2008

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