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Sony Cybershot DSC-W50 shutter will not open

After a return from the beach we noticed that the shutter will not open. The message reads "turn the power of and on again".
Can you suggest any remedies?

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  • Anonymous Aug 28, 2008

    I have the exact same problem, it says turn power off and then on. Doesn't work at all! Help

  • debbiemccart Aug 29, 2008

    I am having the same problem. It is saying "Turn the power off and on again." It was working fine, then all of a sudden it stopped taking photos. Now I can only view the photos I have, but cannot take new ones.

  • b0190 Oct 09, 2008

    My W50 had gone through several of these conditions. A year ago it was sunken to a pond in a trip to Cheng-Du city, China. I finally managed to find it under the water after about ten minutes under water. I disassembled the whole camara and luckly it served me another year or so.

    Recently this old in-and-out sympton went back. Now the motor stop spinning completly. Just as one of your case: now I can only view the pictures. Cleaning really kills the circuit? (Yes. this time I also disasembled the focusing ring; taking off the blades from the miniature motor responsible for focusing and lens capping.

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Turn on when lense comes out take by end of lense and gently twist and pull you may here a click but do not force it. then turn on and off again this should solve the problem .

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