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Dsc60 batterries run out quiclky

Hi! I have a dsc60 sony camera that is power hungry. The batteries must be changed after few minutes of use. They discharges very very quicly. It was not like that sometime ago. Nothing strange happened, like a fall or mechanical shock,etc.

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Test a different battery (one you know is good) on the camera and see if you still have the problem. If with you still have the problem then probably it is a short. Check first in battery contacts, if you can see a short there than it is an easy fix, otherwise you need to open the camera and test contact inside.

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Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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