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Issue with the Zoom

When I turn on the Camera, the Zoom keeps moving back and forth. This happens quite frequently but once it starts behaving okay, I can take pictures as long as I want to. The moment I switch it off and on again, the problem repeats. I had got the ON/OFF Switch replaced as the service engineer told me that there was an issue with the Switch. But the problem still persists. Can some one help in letting me know what could be wrong so that I can get it repaired

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Still the switch I guess, it is seeking and image to lock onto.

Posted on May 15, 2007

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