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Fuji S3000 wont take pictures

I have had this camera for about 2years now,all of a sudden when I turn it on to picture mode it acts like it is turned off(it is black thru the eye piece and on the picture screen.If I have it on the mode to view the picture on the xd card I can see the images on the picture screen that had been taken before this issue started, and everything else seems to work with the camera except picture taking mode.I have changed the batteries and that doesn't seem to be it,don't know what else to try.

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