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I have a Sony Cybershot DSC T1. When you open the lens cover there is no picture on the LCD screen and when you take a photo it is black.

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Your DSC-T1 has problem with CCD Imager and need to be replaced. Good news is Sony will repalce it free of cost. Go to Sony Official Website to get further instructions. Hope this info will help you.

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