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Kodak Z981 turn on show Kodak logo and ask about time thats mean the LCD screen work but it didn't work after that just show red lined instead of settings????

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SOURCE: LCD wont show the View and No picture

The lens has gone. 

Posted on Apr 27, 2008


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SOURCE: DCR-HC19E Camcorder LCD Screen not Working

DCR-HC19E has cracked/ broken flexible cable, connecting LCD and main camera board.

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Kodak Z700 not firing up

Guest is right. Clean the contacts, bend the contacts with a small flat head screw driver upwards "GENTLY". This should work. Might have to repeat every couple of months. Forget regular batteries. Use the rechargeable ones. MUST be fully recharged.

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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SOURCE: Acoustic Solutions TFT LCD TV - Red Lines

Get it repair

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Screen shows blurry vertical lines instead of image

Hi,
It is failure of ccd imager chip in your Sony DSC-T1 camera and Sony will repair it free of cost.
Click Sony CCD Imager Support for details.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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I have a Z981 myself. I just set my camera as you did (to "A") but did not experience the issue you mention?
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I am including a web link to the User Guide for the Z981. You might want to revisit the Guide to make sure you are using the correct settings for your pictures.
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Replace LCD screen on Kodak m853 camera

KODAK doesn't sell spare parts. An OoW repair for this fault is 48,44 pounds.

Contact KODAK:
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Screen has lines

Most likely youve damage the lcd screen either by dropping it even though you didnt, but that would be the only cause this problem, line on a lcd screen are usually cause by a broken power current thru screen or a cracked lcd screen maybe it was defective in the first time. I dont know, but line are usually means no power or no information going thru screen.

need to be replaced.



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alkaline batteries?
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It sounds like a bad connection on the ribbon cable of the LCD screen to the camera's motherboard. The fact that when you physically move the camera around and you can get the screen to then work, tells me something is loose inside.

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