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Camera Failure I was taking pictures of my daughter on the beach last week and my camera just quit. The lens is still out. This has happened before when the battery died, but I charged the battery and it still won't work. I am pretty positive that I have an extended warranty on the camera (though it is only a few months old) but I can't find my paper work. What do I need to do? Do you think you know what is wrong with it? Amy

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Hi amy just try gently pulling and twisting the end of the lense be gentle and dont pull and twist till it pops switch it off then back on and you should be fine

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You should find warranty papers and claim it to Sony. If you open camera by yourself, warranty will be void.

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