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A340 screen flickers unexpectedly!

My camera is in perfect condition, I have had it for a few years, never banged it or dropped it, after about a 7 months of not using it, I turn it on and the screen has suddendly started flickering and I do not know how to stop it. I can still take pictures and the pictures come out perfectly, but it is hard to see through the lcd screen and take a picture properly when there are flickering lines across it! Can anyone help me?

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I would suggest taking batteries out overnight and letting the camera discharge the stored power. then trying it again. also make sure what mode your in because the shake warning makes certain lights flicker

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