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Black screen with white horizental lines there are no error messages

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  • Pranesh Jan 26, 2008

    When i turn on, i get black display on the LCD along with thin white horizontal lines... It doesnt take pics anymore :-(

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I have a Cannon Powershot S1 - IS 3.2 Mega with 10X optical, when i turn the camera on the screen is all fuzzy up and down. does anyone know what that means? Thank you in advance for your help

Posted on Feb 10, 2008

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Contact Canon, there is a service bulletin on this issue and they will repair free even out of warranty. They will not fix other problems if the unit is out of warranty.

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