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Blurry picture, screen image has some lines....

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I've had my camera for a few years and always worked fine. I charged my camera the other day and instead of removing from plug after 2 hours like I normally do, I fell asleep and overcharged it. When I turned it on, the screen image has lines and pictures are all out of focus and blurry. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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Your camera DSC-T1 has problem of defective ccd imager and this part will be replaced.
Sony will repair this problem free of cost as per scheme. Click Sony CCD Support for details.

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