You will need to take it apart and take the screen out and clean the wire ribbon that go's to the screen use a alcohol base cleaner to do this and when you put it back in do not tuch it with your hand's ok and that should work
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If the sound comes out from it; the fault is related with its back-light. Check and replace damaged component/s at its back-light inverter board, or replace this board as card basis. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts. It will be best to replace the inverter board as card basis. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
I'm afraid you have a defective camera. Or the sensor is defect, or the connection to the sensor is not good. (lose, oxidised, broken or lots of other stuff) also the main board can be defect. If also the pictures come out (on the computer) dark and pink, I.m afraid you have to start saving for a new camera.
Make sure the lens is clean and not greasy.
tha't an easy task to handle
See the pictures below
if your whole screen shows an image and the cracks are in front of it then its just a cracked digitiser
if you dont see the whole image and tyou see horizontal and vertical line or an image like spilled liquid then your Lcd is also cracked too
this is a broken Lcd (the screen is distorted by the lines or no picture at all)
this is just a broken digitiser (the screen below the broken glass works fine )
That is not an ink spot, that indicates the LCD panel is cracked and the "ink" is the liquid parts of the "liquid crystal display" LCD that is coming out from the broken glass. When you have a broken LCD panel you just need to get a new monitor, the panels are not repairable and to replace one will cost almost as much as a new monitor.
The problem is an expensive one. The blue display has become distorted due to excessive heat overtime. The blue display is closest to the lamp and gets most of the heat. The Light Engine must be replaced by a repair shop to correct the problem.
- if an LCD screen is broken, it would show white patches.
- Ensure that the display is not in demo mode. (Usually in Demo, one half would be normal, where as the other would be a preview of some custom setting
- Check the display controls below the LCD Screen to change them.
Please try these first, then you can go for a replacement, if these don't help
When the display is cracked Sony charges a dud fee in additional to the cost of the replacement panel that is about the same price or more than the replacement LCD panel. They can't refurbish a defective. Add to that about $400 for in-home labor, then taxes and the repair will cost the same or more than a new TV. Example, $1200 panel cost, $1500 non-return of rebuildable dud, $400 labor, Taxes = $3300+
If you could replace the panel yourself, all you would save is the labor cost and the tax on labor charges.
Basically if any flat panel screen (LCD or Plasma) is physically damaged, the TV set is junk. They do make pretty abstract art pieces though. You could sell the whole set for parts on Craigslist or eBay, but don't expect to get much.
I have this camera & when it takes multiple pix, I usually find I've hit the delete button, which also is the "multiple pic" button. Just keep pressing it until the display doesn't show the papers stacked on each other with the letters H, L, or the infinity symbol. If you can see your display...no answers for you on that.
The LCD itself may not have problems. If it ain't broken it most probably doesn't have a problem. Most likely the problems you have are given by a faulty connector between the LCD and the camera's mainboard. You should take the camera to a service center to have it checked. Tell them to make an estimate over the repair costs before they actually do something. In this way you will know what prices can you espect over the repair. I'll give about 60% chances that this is a minor defect involving that connector. In this case they will just need to reconnect it back firmly.