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Green image Hello, I just switched my TRV-740 on and the display is very green. There appears to be no red content at all. I plugged it into my computer via firewire to make sure it wasn't just the LCD, but it was the same. I also reset the camera with no luck. I'm pretty upset about this. Is it a major repair job or is there anything I can try? Many thanks, Terry.

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This is a defective CCD problem known to Sony. They will replace it free of charge. Go here for the link and free mailing label: http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html

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