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LCD Monitor does not work

Cannot view or playback recordings on the Lcd monitor - no picture

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Could be the flex cable as I've replaced many of flexes in my time. Have you dropped or had a heavy impact?? Unless you know how to take apart the unit I wouldnt recomend it unless you follow the disassembly in the service manual. good luck

Posted on Apr 26, 2006

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