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Is this normal or a malfunction?

When I turn on my sony t1 it makes two clicky sounds (one after another). I am not sure if it made the sound when I first bought it or it just happened. I can still return or exchange it. Please help me if you can!!!

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Its normal. its something to do with the lens focusing and switching on and everything so nothing to worry about

Posted on May 29, 2007

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