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Pictures too bright

Hello, My T1 is taking the pictures too bright. I don't attach any picture as they come almost completely white. The LCD works fine. Hope someone can help. Thanks.

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Cover the lens with your hand - if the pix is still bright ? the ccd may be failing ( your dock / computer connection will help in seeing this low light level test ) and if so , parts availability will be your next test ;

Posted on Aug 14, 2007

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LCD screen is white

Good Day, try taking pictures despite no display or LCD is white, connect to PC and observe, if the picture you took can be seen on PC, then your LCD display is defective, hope this will help, thanks
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