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Washed out When I take a picture, it comes out all white washed and there are little lines through entire picture.

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CCD picture sensor gone bad, very common problem for Sony cameras, Sony offers free repair, go to Sony support site, follow this link: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/news-item.pl?mdl=DSCF717&news_id=118

Posted on Aug 20, 2007

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Ok, first of all......when you transfer the pictures to a computer are the blue lines still in the picture? Also if you reset the camera does the image still come out white?

A lot of times what happens is that there is nothing wrong with the actual picture it is the lcd. When you transfer the picture it looks ok you are only seeing the blue lines on the lcd. That means that the lcd is going out. If you transfer the picture and the blue lines are still in the picture after transfer then we can try to reset the camera as there is something else going on besides the lcd. More that likely it is just an lcd that needs to be replaced.

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Sounds like a setting try setting it to default un the setup menu if that does not help then the CCD need tobe replaces most likely. Hope this helps.

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Same problem with mine!  Fine Any suggestions?

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I have the same problem have you been able to fix it ?

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there has been a product recall on these cameras as the sensor has malfunctioned and this sounds like whats happened to yours.If you call sony on 08705143480 and speak to them and tell them that you need the details of the product recall then they will run through it with you and if it is the same problem as I think then all you have to do is send it off to sony and they'll replace the sensor free of charge

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