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My pc 1060 is dark when on

It is fully charged but cant take a photo coz of the darkness but can view saved photos in the memory very well on automatic play mode

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  • ebernone Feb 04, 2009

    The camera is ON, but the screen is dark despite the battery is fully charged. camera is 3 y.o. in a good conditions. Indicator become green, when camera is on, than gone. But the camera is on the mood...

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A Canon PC 1060 is a laser copier. Can you read and let us know exactly what model camera you have?

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