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LCD monitor on my power shot 10 does not work when it is it is put in place on back of camera, and picture in monitor is up side down before it is closed and than goes out when snapped in place on back of camera.

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Sounds like the unit is defective. Image upside down - will not stay on.

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SOURCE: Canon Power Shot A80 LCD screen not working.

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It seems that this is a problem with some of the canon pwershot series.
Please check out the link above regarding the same. It might help before you decide on repairs.

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http://www.fixya.com/support/r1237608-canon_powershot_cameras_pink_black

It seems that this is a problem with some of the canon pwershot series.
Please check out the link above regarding the same. It might help before you decide on repairs.

Please rate this solutions and thanks for using FixYa!

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