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Won't turn off

My camera stays on even when I switch to off(charge) position from camera OR vtr. any ideas?

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The On/Off/VTR Switch doesn't function anymore and the camera is a month old. Basically anytime the battery is in the camera or the camera is plugged in, it remains 'On'.

That means you can't charge batteries or use VTR mode, or turn the thing off. Way to go on this one Sony.

Posted on Dec 20, 2007

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