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No picture on screen

With the power on, no image will appear on screen

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  • vijla Nov 13, 2007

    mine is dcr-trv 11. camcorder.In the recor ding mode onlcd visual image is not occuring.instead getting yellow strips.zoom is getting automaticlly enlarged.no prblem in vcr mode.

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Sounds like a bad ccd


. I think it is important to contact Sony at 1-866-703-7669

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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