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Camera won;t work

I cannot get the digital camera to work. After I turn it on, and press menu, then the red light starts flashing and I can;t see anything on the LCD screen. Please help

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Only thing I can think of is whether or not your memory card is full? Do you have another card to try? Try resetting the camera, and that doesn?t help, make sure you have copied any important images to the PC before deleting them, and try turning on again. As to the LCD, you sometimes have to press the selection button on some cameras for more than a second, however if you have tried all of the above I recommend you either return it to where it was purchased (if possible), or contact Fuji's support line.

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Sometimes on FinePix Cameras, in order to turn on the display, you need to press " |<>|" both buttons at once for the display come one. another thing to try is to press longer on the selection button, that can do the trick, otherwise i would say it's broken, needs to get fixed. There may be one of a number of faults, from the shutter being stuck, to some of the circuitry having died. Either ask fuji how much a repair would be, or ebay it as not-working, for others to pick apart. Good luck

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