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My camera screen is completely black...

I have tried recharging the battery, even cleaned out all the pictures, so I know it's not the memory card.  No matter what I do, I can't get a picture to come up on the screen.  The lens opens, so I don't know if something is internally wrong with the camera.  Should I take it back and see if the friendly Wal-Mart folks will replace it?

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  • jenn2412002 Jan 13, 2009

    my screen is white and i was taking a pic and thescreen just shut off.

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Most digital cameras have the option of either viewing either thru the large screen OR thru the regular old view finder. There should be a small button that will let you toggle between the two. Hope this helps!

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