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No picture In the recording (Camera) mode I cannot see anything on the display or through the view finder. It will play back earlier recordings fine. Thanks for help. ccd failure

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The motor circuit on most handycams has it's own fuse since it draws more power then the rest of the camera combined.
The fuse will only be a tiny white blip on the circuit board about 1-2mm in size.
Safest option would be to have a technician take a look at it since they can be stubborn to even get apart, let alone track down mico fuses.

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