Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T5 Digital Camera
First of all, pushing down hard and camera shouldn't really go in the same sentence. it is obvious something is broken. Not sure what you mean by cover. the lens itself?
There is a very reliable camera repair company Teleplan Camera Repair that will give you a quote upfront. make sure you describe what is going on with the camera in more detail than here. Whatever you do, do not force it in , or pull it out for it will further damage. The lens is often stuck due to impact or some dust that worked its way into the lens slider mechanism.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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