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Fujifilm 2650 LCD issue

Our Fujifilm 2650 digital camera does not power up properly. When we push the power button, the lens may or may not be projected from the camera body. Additionally, the LCD does not fully illuminate and only lights to a "dim grey". Any ideas as to what is happening?

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Re: Fujifilm 2650 LCD issue

Hi first of all change the batteries - with brand new one's it sounds like that eas the problem... is the cam showing any kind of error messege? if soo look in this: check page 100 (110 in the manual) for warning display & troubleshooting and follow instructions good luck

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