My camera is full operational , but the screen has all of a sudden after one knock, become blank white . All other aspects of the camera work , for example I can still take a photo and upload onto my Pc, But i cannot of see the photo on the display screen on the camera . Is there any way I could fix this ?
Jackboy hit the nail on the head, My wife's Sony DSC-S40 went blank. I massaged the bottom of the screen until streaky images started to show. The I tapped the body just below the screen with my knuckle and presto..........
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Your camera symptoms shows problem of defective CCD imager and needs to be replaced that part.
Sony announced a scheme for free of cost ccdimager replacement for such models. Please check details at Sony Support web site.
A sudden jolt like that can damage the working parts of the lens, and or the internal connections. What can happen is that the small connectors can become unhooked and lose conductivity. If that happens, then you various controls or all controls will quit. Because the screen is blank or black, it could also mean that the LCD is broken.
my camera just did that to me yesterday..i had t for like a week.. did u have a warranty on it or something like that??
i have to take mine back to the place were i got it and go talk to them about it..
my screen is like shot or something..
Ok here it is open the camera and re insert the fine lcd ribbon into is holder problem solved. Your camera must have had a sharp knock to dislodge the lcd screen and pulling out the ribbon. Worked for me. Cheers