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LCD screen is not producing a normal picture screen

For example I turn on my camera, and I decide to take a picture of my computer. The screen's image is moving when the computer is still. When I take pictures of anyone, it turns out looking like radiation pictures, all yellowy and orangey hues. What is the problem?

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Check the pictures on your PC. If there is no change then the CCD unit is a problem. Please contact the nearest Authorized Sony Service. Arpi

Posted on Mar 17, 2007

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