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Lcd will not turn on

I just bought the fujifilm finepix j10 and the lcd screen does not turn on, the camera works it seems, takes pics with flash, its just the LCD screen is black

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Check on the manual, there might me a button to turn lcd screen on, there is an option to keep it off to save battery

Posted on May 26, 2009

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