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Re: It just won't turn on
They are designed to be curious adult proof, hand it to your local 5 year old and it will be apart in no time =)
There are a few screws that tend to blend in on these, plus most of the case is held together with internal clips that will pop apart when enough pressure is applied.
Ok, now onto your power problem. There will most likely be a fuse (it won't look anything like any fuse you have seen before) near where the battery pack connects to the circuit board. It will probably be white in colour and only 1 or 2 mm long. It will look like most of the other components on the board but will have a marking nearby starting with "F" like F101 or something along those lines. The "F" is obviously for fuse.
Check any of those you see with a multimeter for continuity since there will be no physical damage to it.
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What happened is the lcd ribbon has loosed up or came off altogether.
Try this;turn camera on,squeeze case between your fingers,where sony
logo is,if ribbon is just loose the lcd should come back on. If this
doesn't work,take it to a local camera shop and have them fix it,it's a
very simple fix.
Knocking the bottom of the lens end of the camera 3 times on a wood table, medium gentle, fixed a zoom error (where it would not focus in zoom) The camera had been dropped whilst skiing holiday and this method fixed it. Very Happy!.
throw it in the bin like i want to throw mine in the bin? i have had it sent away 3 times now and got it back yesterday and its stuffing up again - after 3 times i should get a new phone apparently, fingers crossed.
It's a problem with the lens. Usually, the internal focus lens jams up, or is out of alignment. It has to be opened up to be fixed, and the lens might have to be replaced.
Occasionally, you can give the camera a good whack in your hand while it's powering up. Just be very careful not to hit the lens, or the LCD; as they can be permanantly damaged. Hit it with your palm on the corner, or edge. Also be sure the camera doesn't fly out of your hand...then it, or something will break, obviously.
i think you have broken or bended any of the pin inside the card slot, and that is creating problem. Try looking in the card slot you may find any of the connector pin broken or bended. Try straighten the pin cautiously and may your machine start working .