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when you connect the camera with a cable to the television the screen is blank because that the default settings what you get in camera the television screen acts as a LCD of the camera , when u move your camera to click pictures you get the display on the television screen
Your problem can be the result of a number of causes - two common ones I will list here.
Most common cause would be a failed printed connecting cable between the main camera electronics and the flip out display panel. This special cable passes through the display hinge and is sometimes subject to failure.
A second possibility is a faulty display backlight.
You can check that the camera is still producing video output by using the AV cables conected to a TV display with the camera set to CAMERA mode.
I trust that this information is of assistance. RHN
Hi, When you say the screen is "blank" Is it totally blank or do the icons appear on screen? can you review any previous pictures etc?
As the camera still powers up it is possible that the ribbon for the screen has popped out of it's socket.
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I can take perfect pictures indisde a building, but taking a picture outside, I can see the item but if I take the picture and looking at the picture the screen turns blank, seems to me that there is to much light exposure.
I tried Solution #1 (twice) with no luck. But, when drilling down thru the options in "menu" I found one that said "reset" and tried that. Voila! Back in business. Display no longer blanks in 1-2 seconds. Don't know if this only works after reformatting internal memory or not. So, if no luck with "reset" try to reformat then reset.