Question about Cameras
This can ONLY be repaired by someno with good repair,and dexterity skills!
try this:while the cam is on,use a flashlight to shine onto the screen at a "drastic"angle,if you see "somthing"on the panel which resembles what you "should"be seeing,and like you say,the touch part works,THEN you have a burnt-out "back-light",or a partialy broken ribbon cable (connects cam to the screen).
the back-light MAY be impossible to find,along with the ribbon cable!!
if the camera is worth THAT much to you,and you dont feel up to the "quest"of finding the parts,and fixing it yourself(repair will NOT be easy!!),check a qualifiyed repair shop for estimates!!
you may be better off buying a new one,and giving the unit to a dear friend,or child,OR just using it the way it is!.
this is NOT an easy fix for the average person!!!
like any new,and semi-new "mini"electronics units,it's meant(and biult)to be disposed when somthing goes bad,repair is ALMOST impossible!
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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