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Black screen in camera mode

Hi I was given a Coolpix s210 for Christmas and just a few days ago I went to take a picture and realized that there was nothing but black appearing on the screen. You can see images when you got into play mode but when you take a picture you see nothing but black both on the screen and when you go to play mode. Please let me know what to do to fix this. Thank you for your help.

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Hello!
Southern Photo Technical Service is a Authorized Service Center for NIKON.
It sound like the CCD imager has failed.

We do service the camera model you mentioned and proof of purchase is required for all warranty repairs.

Bring it in, or
Pack your equipment securely and insure it properly.
Send it to:

Southern Photo Technical Service
37 NE 167th Street
N. Miami Beach, Florida 33162

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