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Black and white screen ,when on recording mode

My sony camcorder trv 318 has a problem ,when it is on recording mode i can't see the view on lcd some time lcd screen shows the half screen black and half screen white. if i record ,the same thing recorded.

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I am not sure that i solved that problem but last night i was trying to solve this problem , there was a lamp close to me . i focus the lam and zoom in and zoom out the handy cam. i was wonder that it works great. but i am still not satisfied because i dont know what is the problem ? and it can be happpened again. If somebody really knows this problem kindly tell me . i appriciated.
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