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Viewer and images are blank

I have a Nikon coolpix L6, the viewer is blank when I turn it on. For awhile I could take a blank photo and then the viwer was ok. But now I have no viewer and all the images that I try to take are blank

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Either the CCD failed or the aperture will not open

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