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When we put a memory card in my T20 the picture & canera starts to vibrate, is there any reason it should vibrate?

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This issue affects some of the following DSC-T20 cameras sold in the United States:
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To setup the service under the know issue, please call Sony customer support center at 800-784-6726.

Please click hear to view the Sony's Announcement regarding the issue.

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To ensure customer satisfaction, Sony will provide a free repair service when this symptom occurs within certain units covered by the serial numbers indicated in the serial number validation box below.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Your understanding and cooperation would be much appreciated.
Symptom and cause
The camera body may vibrate when powered on, due to a mechanical failure affecting the lens. This prevents the camera user from being able to shoot.
Applicable model
Digital Still Camera "Cyber-shot" DSC-T20.
How to check the model name and serial number
The model name and serial number are indicated on a sticker located at the bottom of the camera.
Applicable serial number
To determine whether your DSC-T20 camera purchased in Asia Pacific region may be affected, click here to validate the serial number.
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From 17th July 2008 to 16th July 2011.
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