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Samsung digital camcorder model no. sb-l110

Hi i recently got my camcorder out the cupboard as our daughter is in a show and when i turned it on to have a go it records sound but no picture even when not recording still no picture

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  • kchelle Nov 03, 2007

    It is fully charged everything but the picture works fine. The picture is completely black. It has picture if you play a tape. Nothing but black in the view screen whether just trying to view or record. I have taken it to a repair place they said I have to contact Samsung because they can not fix it. ? Help is appreciated.

  • Anonymous Nov 13, 2007

    Got the scd23 camera, used about 15 hours and black screen in camera mode. Has little white lines going through it. Same with my mother-in-law who bought the same camera at the same time.

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