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Sanyo vpc-503 camera is okay after shooting 2 pictures..then I turned it off..when i turned on the camera again to shoot another one the lens dont extend and suddenly the power shut down..I put new batteries problem still the same seems the lens is stuck --don't know what happen

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  • Tan3 Jun 16, 2008

    We took about 6 photos and after turning it off we went to turn it back on and it keeps shutting off, we have checked the batteries but it still continues to shut down after a few seconds of being on, the lcd screen is blank as well.

  • lydia12271 Sep 27, 2008

    My camera just shut off after taking a few pictures. I changed the batteries (they are the rechargeable ones) and this still didn't "unfreeze" the camera. Now I have pictures on there that I cannot get off.

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Use rechargeable batteries and make sure that they are charged up all the way...for some reason digital cameras don't take to regular batteries. they need a high charge battery. my camera did the same thing and it turned out to be low battery.

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Well if lense stuck in your neighborhood there should be a camera store you should take it in and have your cam. serviced for a clean

the other thing could be memmory card is full

or the camera is on but just not like the light or focus check all above
hope this helped

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