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When i turn my cam-corder on i get the flashing "lens cap" words,but the lens cap is already off also when i close the lcd screen and use the pullout veiwing lens it say the same.

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You have a defective CCD imager - the part of the lens that receives the image. Will need to be replaced.

Posted on Oct 14, 2009

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