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Photo remains on screen, will not disappear without pressing "Menu" button

There's probably a simple solution to this problem but it's driving me crazy. Whenever I take a photo the shot remains on the screen until I press the "Menu" button. All settings appear to be set to normal; I've even turned the "Review" function completely off but it hasn't helped. It's as if the review function freezes the photo on the screen and won't disappear until that button is pressed. It's incredibly annoying and I'm at my wits end - any help someone could provide would be greatly appreciated.

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Is there a Reset option available Read the manual If this is not remedied by your action then get onto Casio Technical Support. If this is a young camera it may be replace able by Casio or they may advise you to return it to the seller. If it is an older camera - then it will be new camera time if you find the fault is not livable with

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