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Faint lines running through the lcd and out of focus pictures with drawn out images. The camara was working normally. I transferred the photos to my computer using a usb cable. I used it once after that, and the pictures were fine. Now on swithing the camera on, the LCD screen has very faint lines running through it and when you take a pic, they come out very blurred and out of focus. Please help. Leeleedocco@hotmail.com

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Hi,
The "CCD IMAGER" of your camera is in state of malfunction, and the good thing is that SONY provide CCD IMAGER free of cost,For more information Clicl Here.
Check the link and contact any SONY SERVICE CENTRE for free replacement of CCD IMAGER.
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I have a T3 also and the CCD is playing up. Can i take it to sony in UK and get it fixes for free. Alan

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Hi!
The CCD is bad - a well known problem with the T3. The CCD has to be changed. Contact your local Sony service center, but if they ask too much, you can contact me at toms.safranovs@gmail.com and I will give you a good price.
I work in Sony service center.

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