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iman azar Posted on Mar 14, 2007
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Not clear pictures when on camera mode,takes not clear pictures

Lcd shows blinking unclear image and i cant see anything in good colors through the LCD . I reffered to the servicemen and they say it is the mother board and not the CCD which has to be renewed. the garrantee time has expired . What should i do ?

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Regardless of what the serviceman said, this sounds like it might be a defective CCD imager, especially when you're talking about abnormal colors. If you already have contacted Sony, you just might need to contact them again to speak with a different customer rep. You want them to agree to have a Sony repair rep look at your camera.
They should fix this for you for free, including free shipping both ways. This is regardless of your camera's warranty status. Please check the following link for more info:
http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/11/sony-konica-minolta-cameras.html
Applicable cameras include:
Cyber-shot DSC-F717, F88, P10, M1, P12, P2, P31, P32, P51, P52, P7, P71, P72, P8, P92, T1, T11, T3, T33, U10, U20, U30, U40, U50, U60, V1

CD Mavica MVC-CD250, CD400, CD500, and FD Mavica MVC-FD100, FD200

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Please contact your nearest Authorized Sony Service. This kind of repair can be very demanding, for that reason only a qualified and well equiped service can give good response. Regards, Arpi

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