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The stick notes say, in grater detail. My Panasonic modle no. PV-580D turns on when DC In cable is connected and then auto shuts off a few seconds later. I don't know why the view finder didn't work t

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This is not going to happen. Everything has moved on since then. If you have a removable memory card invest in a universal card reader

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SOURCE: SCREEN AND VIEW FINDER BLANK

Is the battery dead? Try taking it out and charging it, then put it back into the camera.

Also, you can try using another battery of the same type.

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SOURCE: Dimage E323 "system error"

remove 6 phillipscews open camera.There is a little drivemotor for the lens,next to it is a shaft activating the limit switch for lens opening and closing.Carefully spray plastic safe electronic cleaner into the opening.Now apply 3 volt to the motor reversing polarity a few times to activate the limits. Now use canned air to blow out any residue of the cleaner.This worked for me,camera working again.

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SOURCE: Sony DSC F717, screen and view finder now show

Please take a look at the symptoms listed here, and see if it's what you're experiencing.

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/news-item.pl?mdl=DSCF717&news_id=161

Sony had a certain issue with the CCD chip on this camera. If it's this issue, they'll fix it free plus $20 until March 2010.

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SOURCE: The lcd and finder view are both black. The

The CCD fault is a known issue with Sony. My F717 was purchased in 2004, and developed exactly the same problem you described a year ago. Just before junking it recently (Dec 2009), I did a Google search and found that Sony will do free repairs. Their website makes this issue clear, and their online fault reporting system worked well in the UK. I got a printable freepost label, packakaged up the camera and sent it off. It came back a week later fully working again at absolutely no charge.

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You will need to purchase Pinnacle Video Transfer.

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It's expensive, but it's the most convenient way to transfer analog video (via a USB flash stick or external hard drive) to view and edit on a PC.

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