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Not snapping pictures

Camera is not taking pictures, I can view old pictures on the screen I have a red box in the left hand corner with a little white box and a large A other items on the screen when I wnat to take a picture on the right it show 617 2M-N. I no longer have the manual

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philipp
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SOURCE: Fuji S5000 will not diplay object on LCD Screen or Eye View

Defective ccd imager!! company will replace this ccd imager free of charge. Year 2002 up to 2005 released unit has a factry defect ccd imager. the company recalled these unit and replaced with a stronger version of ccd imager. check it out.

Posted on Sep 08, 2007

cammedic
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SOURCE: PURPLE LINES SHOWING ON SCREEN WHEN ATTEMPTING TO TAKE PHOTOS

Your camera likely needs a new CCD imaging sensor. It is a cute little thing and is very expensive to replace. I've seen deals to repair any digital camera on eBay and I would check for a local repair person in your area. You can use the search on this site to see who might be close by. I have an A310 doing the same thing.

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

Steve5
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SOURCE: fuji Finex 800 camera

If it's pink/purple and "streaky", you have a bad CCD sensor. The only fix is replacement of the sensor. This is the main image capturing sensor in the camera. The situation is well documented on the web. It's usually the end of the camera, unless it's under warranty (or just a little past). Approaching Fuji's repair department can sometimes yield a sympathetic rep who'll have it fixed at no charge to you. If you are on the hook for the repair, expect to drop about $100 US.

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Fuji E510 Screen

These are a real pain to fix by yourself.

you can get a free repair estimate from
http://www.advancecamera.com/repair/

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

zohail
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SOURCE: Blank Screen

dear sorry to tell u but ur FUJI S5000 have a CCD HR failure which is due to the manufacturing fault in these CCD'd thats y fuji now adays stopped working on these CCD's and got tons of recalls for that it occurs after 4 to 5 years of use and this fault was present in all cameras manufactured between 2002-2005 , the ccd offcourse u can check with fuji try hard to get it replaced free of charge other wise consider buying a new one it is not that much expensive there new model as compared in those days it is around 250-300 $ a better version of this , pls vote me generously if u think i helped u

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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SOURCE: finepixz20 digital camera

I got my camera for my birthday and it was the samsung sl50. However i don't know why there the screen is black and it shows a little crack, I did not drop it or anything but just took pictures and made movies until it happened. I don't know what to do know. Please HELP, I need to know where i can get a new LCD Screen at and because i don't know if the problem will be solved. Thanks!! :{

Posted on Dec 08, 2011

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