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I cannot view through my eyepiece anymore only my lcd monitor.does it need cleaned,taken apart,im at a loss any help would be great thanks. sony trv58

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You can see if the flex cable came loose from where it plugs into the main board coming from the evf, "electronic view finder" most of the time it is the flex cable itself that requires replacement. You can buy one at Andrews Electronics in California. Larry's Electronics

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