Re: my screen turned white for some reason. How do I fix...
Technical support X116 mike
Customer service X140 abby 1-800 983 7004
there is a one yr warranty period she will go over the details what to do...there is a shipping and handling charge you need to pay...but its worth it ..call technical support before you go under the warranty period
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The most common problem with this camcorder is the lcd cable assy. It is the cable that comes in from the lcd panel assy to the internal board assy. I have seen possibly 100 of these cameras and different models and this fixes it everytime.
I hope this helps.
Sounds like a bad lcd panel. Does the camera show a picture when connected to the tv? If it has a picture on the tv and not on the camera itself its definitely gonna be in the lcd panel or lcd panel cable area, and yes it can be fixed and worth it. I hope this helps
To fix, I held the on/off button down for an extended time (around 10 secs approx) until it finally turned off. Left it alone for a few minutes and then turned back on. Worked okay. Also got a response from flipshare support who said there is a reset button inside the tripod space, use a pin to press that and then fully recharge camera via USB slot on PC.
You have a problem with a stuck shutter lens. Try freeing it by putting the shutter on auto shutter. You can try shaking the camera to free the shutter mechanism. Also try using a solid object to tap around the lens to free the shutter. Do not damage your camera with these fixes. If these fixes do not work for you, you will have to take your camera to a service person and have them free up the mechanism. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
there are two possible problem of your camera...one check the iris of the camera if it is opening,you will see it went you look inside the lens when you turn on camera mode....and if you see that the iris is opening...the second may be the ccd image sensor......if that is the problem you have no choice but to go the sony service for replacing the ccd image sensor...