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Sony handycam DCR HC20E: LCD blank

Hi!
My handycam's LCD appears to be blank since yesterday.
Can you please advise whether anything can be done myself or do I have to take it for repairs.
Regards
Sanath I get a blank LCD. Worked fine 2 days ago.

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    My sony handycam DCR-HC21 has blank LCD. I was using it few minutes ago and it suddenly went blank. I just don't know what happened.

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What about in USA?

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Hi,
Your Sony DCR-HC20E camera has defective CCD Imager and needs to be replaced. Good news Sony UK (if you are in UK) will repair it free of cost. Please click Sony UK for details.
If you are some where else, please let me know to guide you.
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Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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