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Lens problem i can not see anything on the lcd screen when taking a picture. i can see previous photos taken when i scroll through the display. the lens cover does open when the camera is turned on. flash works. but no photo when shutter is pressed. please help asap. my son's 1st birthday is in 1 week and i can not afford a new camera!!!

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You might as well replace the camera in this case.

Posted on Nov 23, 2017

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This appears to be loose connector to the motherboatd from the screen.
Try gentle squeezing of the casing near the bottom of the body
This may do the trick- otheriwise it is a workshop job and frankly not worth the cost - the money would be better spent on a more uptodate camera.

Posted on Dec 13, 2007

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SOURCE: White Screen

some say that with problem, the ccd imager must be replace?...

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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I bought a new memory card for my finepix A330 camera When I turned on the camera after putting in the new card, the screen read "card not initialized" and won't take photos.my son is going holidays 13/9/08 could you help me please Alex Richardson

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SOURCE: Camera is acting as though there is a lens cap

yours is a broken CCD-chip - like ours.

hardly any good-used for the F700/710/810 avail anywhere

another new (used) camera is my best advice - repairing a busted CCD aint worth your time / money / efforts.

Posted on Dec 26, 2010

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