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Anonymous Posted on Apr 09, 2009

Flashing E62:10 on screen all the time

Cybershot DSC-T9 camera
It seems to be working ok but the

E62:10 is flashing near the middle of the screen ..what does this mean

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  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    Thanks I have tried the above and its still flashing the E62:10

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    Thank you for your help

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    OK, Steady shot circuit has problem and angular velocity sensors are not producing proper signal.
    Nearest Sony authorized service center is good place to get it repaired.



  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Error 62:10shows problem with Steady Shot circuit.
    Reset camera by going to Menu and select Initialize and OK.

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Hello, I have the same problem too and I have been in discussions for several months with the technical support of Sony without results. I found over a hundred forums like this one where users are desperate to find a solution. I'm so upset that I created a micro-website and a YouTube channel to document all this! See http://sony-e-62-10.atspace.cc/. I also documented the workaround that was circulating on the Internet but seems to have disappeared...watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S53D3EfDVk0
Maybe it can help

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I had the error message as well on my DSC-T9. I tried tapping the camera and it worked. Here's the process I went through. I turned the camera on and while in photo mode I tapped all of the sides gently. I did all sides just to make sure. Then I turned the camera off. When I turned it back on the error message was gone! I'm happy. I hope it works for everyone else. Good luck.

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I went out and bought a new camera as I was informed my problem had to be sent back to Sony

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