By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s a bad day for anyone trying to update their driver’s license photo in Pennsylvania. PennDOT says its photo system is down statewide on Tuesday.

A lot of people were seen going in the photo license center on Arch Street in Chinatown and then turning right around when hearing the news.

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Customer Alphonso Liverpool said the outage is a huge disruption to his workday.

“I lost my wallet so I came to get a duplicate yesterday and on Mondays they don’t do duplicates, so I had to come today, and lo and behold, the system is down, so this is my second day out of work and it’s been a pain so far,” said Liverpool.

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PennDOT says they are working diligently toward a solution.

There is no word when the photo system may be back online.

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PennDOT suggests calling before you go to a photo license center today.