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Battery prob.. is it normal that when you use your walkman the battery got low..or even when you use your camera?another is, how can you clean the lens of your camera?is it natural that the files in your memory stick duo could corrupt or got lost without any reason?

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You need to get this problem repaired use vodeafone there the best xx

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