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My A75's not functioning

My problem is that its not functioning properly it stays in "View Mode" instead of "Shoot Mode" all the time even when the switch is at "Shoot Mode" also the lens won't come out. At first I thought I needed new batteries but to no avail still not working. I tried turning it on and off again and again its still not working. Help would be greatly appreciated. THANKS.

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Hey your change over switch is faulty you nee dto replace it. Sangita

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