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Try pressing the display button several times. This wil cycle you through different screen modus like with focus points, with histogram and even screen off. The display button is marked with a square that has a upright line to the left and one to the right.
As long as you don't get an error message you should not reset the camera, because you lose all settings and date and time. But the reset button is behind the battery / memory stick door.
This happened because you are not a camera repair technician. You took a complicated piece of electronic equipment apart without any knowledge of what you were doing. I'm glad that at least, your pics turn out.
hi...ensure that the camera is turned on. If applicable, ensure the lens cover has been removed before taking pictures. the LCD backlight is turned on by pressing the DISPLAY button several times until the screen appears. Depending on the camera model, the DISPLAY button may be labeled as DISP or with a display icon. This button could be a standalone button or it depends upon the camera model..... If operating the camera with a battery, ensure the battery is fully charged. Ensure the battery is inserted properly in the camera. If operating the camera with the power adapter, ensure it is plugged into a working AC outlet. Ensure no Audio/Video (A/V) cables are connected for viewing pictures on a TV; the LCD screen will not display when an A/V cable is connected. Perform a reset procedure on the camera....
There is a sensor behind the lens of your camera that takes light and converts it to electrical signals that in turn is decoded by the board. If the sensor is damaged, there will be no picture to display only what you have in the memory stick. Work on it. Good Luck
Your lcd is broken. If you can find a parts camera on ebay, you can follow the disassembly guide I am providing the link for, and replace the screen.
I have followed the guide and completely disassembled mine, so I can tell you the guide is so good even a screwup like me can accomplish it.
Shoot, I'd consider buying your camera for parts if you just want to be rid of it.
Something can be wrong with the housing - switching part or the micro switch inside the camera. Anyway best solution is to contact the nearest Authorized Sony Service.
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