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DSC-T30 with E:62:10 Message

wow i used the above recommendation for E62:10 and wow hitting it works...im completely amazed

anonymous
Wed, 30 May 2007 17:34:59 -0700

ive had the e62:10 error on my T30 several times now. whacking it hard near the battery door usually fixes it but not always, sometimes even after whacking it a good 4-5 times and nothing, just leaving it overnight will do the trick.

it keeps coming back though, and it seems more likely to occur right after pulling the battery out to recharge it.

like just today, i've been using my camera off an on for about 2 weeks without running the battery out, no error or buzz on turnon at all. TODAY i pulled the battery out to charge it and on the first turn on i had the error.

i just smacked it around a good bit and its still doing it, so ill check in the morning - it will probably be working fine again.

john
Wed, 05 Sep 2007 23:10:08 +0000

I have a Sony DSC-T1 and i have an error code E62:10. What can i at home do to solve this problem? Can you help me? Thanks

Margarethe
Thu, 05 Jun 2008 23:02:31 +0000

I use T9 since more than 2 years - without problems.
But today E62:10 occured suddenly.
After Reading these comments I tried shaking and bumping the camera. NAfter several times autofocus seems to work right again
Support by sony in the web - I could not find anything!
Peter

Peter H.
Tue, 29 Jul 2008 21:26:13 +0000

I have a DSC-T50 with the error E62:10 I hit it like you suggested and Woo Hoo! it works...had to wack it a few times but really impressed Thanks so much! xx

Cyberchic
Mon, 02 Feb 2009 18:15:26 +0000

I have a Sony DSC-T30 and received the E62:10 message and an electrical buzzing noise in the camera. Long distance photos were out of focus. I found this page and am most grateful for the advice of other readers. I banged the camera against a paper pad on a hard table, 3 times on each occasion, battery side first, then the bottom, having removed the memory card. This achieved nothing with the camera in either play or photograph modes. However, in video mode it worked and the dreaded E62:10 warning finally disappeared.

Philip, Franschhoek, South Africa
Mon, 23 Jan 2012 11:29:35 +0300

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