I have a Sony DSC-T1 that I had used for many years. I even dropped it on a cement floor at my Stampin' Up! Convention and cracked the LCD screen (replaced that too). At some point I got a Canon Rebel Xsi SLR and the pocket camera got put away. Partly because it started taking blurry pictures. I blamed it on the LCD screen fix I did. I thought maybe I did something wrong. NOT!
Recently I needed a video camera for a few things and the Sony DSC-T1 has one so I dug it out of my box of random electronics. It was dead so I charged it. Unfortunately, with a full charge there was no picture. The LCD screen listed menu items but the screen was black. This was the case on all 3 settings so I did some digging on the internet and found a tutorial on Fixit.com for replacing the CCD Sensor Module. I already knew how to take the camera apart so this was just what I was looking for. What they are calling the CCD Sensor Module is the whole thing according to this tutorial and that was about $40 to replace. I learned that I possibly only wanted to replace the actual CCD Sensor which is just one piece of that Module.