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Claire Butler Posted on Jun 19, 2006
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Sony Cybershot only works when plugged in

Ok so my camera has been working fine for a year. Now, it only works when it is connected to the AC Adapter. It will not turn on at all when it isn't plugged in. I tried to get a new battery but the people at the store said that would not work. Is there anything that I can do? It is very annoying. Thanks!

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If there's no evident corrosion on the battery contacts, and your camera can't draw current from the batteries, I dont think there's anything you can do but sending it for repair. Try finding a repair shop that can handle it, because i think this might be a relatively easy fix, and sony will charge you an arm and a leg for it. Sorry I can't be of more help. Good luck!

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