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Black screen when looking through eyepiece

Im turning the camera on, looking through eyepiece or screen, and all i can see in both cases is a black screen. what can i do?

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If camera will only display black screen, there's probobly some kind of blocking in the lense. try restarting the camera. first save all data from memory-card, then restart it, unpug everything you can, take out batteries, and leave it alone for a day. if problem aint solved and you dont have the professional knowladge to open the camera and search for the disruption, you should take it to the store.

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