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Monitor is blank

I've got a D2H whose back monitor no longer shows any image at all. The batteries in the camera are both fine, so it's not that. Any ideas on why I can no longer get any kind of image at all (whether a photo or anything when pressing the "menu" button) on the monitor would be greatly appreciated.-thanks

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Re: monitor is blank

Is there an internal battery that might need to be replaced?

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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