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I too am getting a E:61:00 error. Even though I wasted 100$ for repairs after a month or so its giving me the same error. I am just out of my mind to waste my money on further repairs. Can anybody tell me how to overcome this error if ever there was a chance to do it manually.
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My sony camera is getting the same E:61:00 error. Its been like this for a year now. Wondering if there is a cheap fix or is it time to junk it. The camera was perfect, before I took it apart to clean some dust out of it and put it back together. Now it just gives me the error every time I turn it on. Please post if anyone here has had any luck getting the error fixed. Thanks, Gregg
Thanks for the solution as written on the forum. I also dropped my camera on a wooden table from 2 feet high after the error E:61:00 occured. The camera works perfect now. From Holland thanks to you all!!
I couldn't believe the smacking trick was something serious so I tried everything else. Reset, remove some parts, look for any dust inside, and so on. Finally I tried with the 2 feet height... and it worked fine! Now I'm more shocked than my camera.
I didnt believe all of these. I tried to remove the battery, press the resent button, go through the menu setup, turn it on and off so many times, cleaned the lens with cloth... nothing happened. I switch cover the lens and bang it twice on my palm and it really worked. Unbelievable and funny but it really worked.
it really works. great. my fv camera works again :)
Thanks everyone for the tips on banging it around. I tried it and my error message is gone and the camera is working fine. Wow, thanks again everyone.
UNBELIEBABLE. I dropped it on the lense and whala, good as new. I love small victories.
Had the same problem. Started freaking out cause the camera was not mine. Looked the problem up. Found this discussion forum. Wacked it off the table slightly, dropped it once, hit the lens a couple of times and woo-a-la! Problem SOLVED !
YEPPPI....YEPPI...It really works.. I tried hitting the camera from all sides and It worked.. What a fantastic therapy..Thanks a lot to whoever inventing the 'SMACKING TRICK' it really works..Cheers. Nik
I have a very old DSC-S75 that I have owned for the past 8 years. She is worthless on the market, and I have been waiting for it to die, but she goes along beautifully. Then she took a 4 foot tumble onto some tile and then it would make a bunch of clicking sounds and gave me the dreaded E:61:00 message. I was going to put a bullet in her. Then I googled up the error message and found this thread. I was dubious to say the least, but then I tried it. If there is anyone in a similar situation I will say this TRY IT...IT WORKS!!! I smacked it with my palm 3 times and it works beautifully again. My goal is to get another decade out of her. This rules!