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I have a Sony Cyber shot DSC-T! and the camera's L CD is blurred and distorted. All other functions OK. Can make out somewhat of what I'm shooting but looks like everything is longgated and Blurry. Lots of color. Thanks for your help Is this thing toast?

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  • spencerocc Dec 07, 2008

    Thankyou!!! Got hooked up with Sony and camera is being repaired. Back in business.

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Only ccd imager is toast in DSC-T1 and replacement of this part will bring this camera in to function again.
Sony will repair your DSC-T1 free of cost for bad ccd imager problem.
You can see details, how to, at Sony CCD Support.

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