Hi All Few days aga my Battey cover was broken, I repaired this cover and after that I am facing problem with my camera. it is not taking pictures any more. Camera is focuing the image but it is not taking pictures. I did all the thing what was mention in the Manual troubleshooting section.
Could you help me to solve this problem. Thanks in advance and kind regards
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Re: Camera is not taking pictures
First check the batteries (are they fully charged, are they inserted correctly). Next connect the camera to an AC adapter (if available). Try to turn the camera back on. If it works, then try different batteries. If the camera is still not working, after checking the trouble shooting section in your camera manual, call the camera manufacturers support desk. Expecting your feedback. thank You.
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is highly suggestive of faulty CCD sensor.Repair of CCD is not a DIY (
do it yourself ). You need to send the camera to the manufacturer. The cost of
repair would be around $100 + shipping ( if any ) + taxes. Repair does
not worth taking into consideration the cost of the product. However, as
this is a common problem with most of the manufacturers, there were
few recalls and service advisories for most of their models facing CCD
Note - Play any of the saved image / video. If you could see the saved image/video, then it is suggestive of faulty CCD sensor.If the saved image / video shows the same problem, it is said to be a faulty LCD screen.
Read an old article :-
If it is not under recall, try to get some good replacement or repair at low cost unless invest in new camera.
hi u need to get the lens repaired the railing in the lessystem is no correct so pleas dont try to doit or push in .... it will be permanent damage ....get to the shot5 the camera is not broken need small fix....
Hi, I don't know if this applies to the dsc-d10, but this is a common fault on the DSC-T1 and is due to a faulty CCD. Try taking it to a sony shop, and ask if they will send it to sony for a free repair
(mention to them it is a common fault, and that you expect a free
repair). They will send it off for you, and in a few days you will get
your workingcamera back.
unfortunately it would appear to be a CCD or main board failure.
If the camera is out of warranty (as this should be covered) my best suggestion is to pick up one off ebay with a broken screen and put your screen in it, broken screens are common on these cameras so they go quite cheaply, far cheaper than kodak would charge for repair and the swap is easy.
There are several searchs to try "parts v1003" "spares v1003" "Faulty v1003" "repair v1003"
A repair is unlikely without parts, It also depends weather its the part that is actually broken is on the battery cover or the camera itself.
If the camera itself a new case for the camera will be required if the battery cover then a new cover will be needed.
to obtain the spares you have two routes,
a) contact the manufacturer (contact details should be in the manual or on the gtee card)
b) buy a faulty camera from somewhere like ebay and use it for parts
No unfortunately it is unlikely that they will cover any physical damage. Honestly, to replace the lcd on a digital camera is going to run between 150-300 depending on the size and make. It is often better to just shoot like it is a film camera. Remember those days - the suspense, the surprize! Its fun, but if you can't take that, sell the camera to a friend and tell them that. buy yourself a new one or repair this one for almost the same price. You can take it to your local camera store to send it away for you. Usually 20 bucks will buy a repair quote and cover the shipping.
Use the viewfinder to take pictures on vacation, then have your camera looked at in a camera shop or repair shop to assess the damage. Might be cheaper to just get a new camera sometimes with labour costs and parts costs these days, but doesn't hurt to get it looked at for free!