Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-P100 Digital Camera
When I turn my camera on I just get lines across the LCD screen. Even if I turn the LCD screen off it only takes a picture of lines. I can view old pictures but that is it. Any suggestions?
Two things can cause lines across the LCD either horizontal or vertically. The first (and most likely) is a small crack in the display wafer. LCD stands for Liquid Cristal Display. They are very fragile and can be easily damaged if dropped. I broke one in my pants pocket.
The second would be if a pin on the ribbon cable (to the LDC wafer) was not making good contact. If you disassemble the camera it is possible to clean the contacts using contact cleaner (or alcohol). Only attempt this is you are willing to replace the camera if you don’t put it back together properly.
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
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