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You forgot to pull out after the lens was pushed in on the side. That mistake makes it very expensive to fix. If you buy the same parts camera with a bad lcd on ebay. You can have your good lcd replaced on the ebay parts camera. Replacing lcd is an easier job.
Rechargeable batteries can and do just die without warning.Sometimes the charger does so as well. The charger automatically prevents overcharging though.
Realistically, all you can do at short notice is to try another freshly charged NB-6L battery. if a camera shop has a display model they might allow you to try their battery in your camera, or more likely, your freshly charged battery in their camera.
most likely one of the contacts are bent in too much from an attempt to insert the card incorrectly. You need to unbend it back to align with others. It can also be a problem on the main board, firmware malfunctioning. Buy on ebay as is camera with broken lens, it will cost you 20 on ebay, take the main board out of it and replace the part if contacs fixing does not help, sell the good LCD and you will get your board for free, because LCD will sell for the money you spent on the as is camera. Or you can keep it for yourself in case you brake your LCD.
it is a common problem for the c613 not turning on. what you can do is use rechargeable batteries for your camera. Alkaline batteries can cause power issues. Make sure that the batteries are inserted correctly.check your manual for proper battery orirntation.if this does not resolve the issue, send cam for repair.
mine did the same thing and i super glued it with a tooth pick.. but then a few months later it came off again and i lost it. i looked on the sony web site and there is nothin about replacing the part and i couldn't find a service center at all, you can send it off to get it repaired but it is a flat rate of $91. That is also the amount of a new camera. I would try to call the support line its 1800488sony. They are only open at certain times though. Wonder how many of these buttons have popped off. They aren't very strong.
you can't fix the problem yourself.Because i think there is a problem with lens assy. and to fix this problem you have to repair
or replace the lens assy.
so pls take it to the Fuji shop.