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Can you see the menus on the camera or nothing at all? Are the pictures all white if you take a picture and transfer it to your computer?

If you can take good pictures but can't see anything on the LCD then you need the LCD replaced.

If you can see everything on the LCD but can't take good pictures then you most likely need the lens replaced as your CCD or aperture may be bad.

It's very hard to know without mroe information...

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Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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