Sometimes when searching on FamilySearch, you'll find a record that has been indexed but is marked as "No image available". This isn't necessarily correct and I'll show you one method for finding the image.
If the page says "No image available", look at the citation at the bottom for a "FHL microfilm" number. If it's there, you might be in luck. (Edit: For some entries, look for "GS Film Number" under "No image available".)
The next step is to open the FamilySearch Catalog page (https://www.familysearch.org/catalog/search). Select "Film/Fiche Number", enter the number obtained above, and click Search.
You should then see a page describing the entire repository or dataset. Under the "Film/Digital Notes" section, look for the "Film/DGS" number from above. Selecting the Camera icon will open the images for viewing.
That was the easy part. Now you'll have to manually go through the images looking for what you want, but at least you know it should be there. The magnifying glass icon in the above image indicates that that film has been indexed, but apparently FamilySearch hasn't linked the index to the image number yet. This is probably a side effect of their massive effort to convert all remaining microfilm to digital. I would guess it will be resolved eventually as they catch up.
Edit: If the camera icon has a lock icon with it, the image is probably only available in a Family History Center.