I've been told it's the LCD Screen. I have a new LCD screen but now can not find any instructions to change it out. It is not in the manual. I wish I could help. And this sight appears to be complete useless.
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First, make sure the batteries are fresh and installed correctly. Turn on the camera, if you get an opening screen, your camera should be OK. Press the menu button and navigate to screen options where you should be able to turn on the screen to take pictures.
If there is no opening screen when you turn on the camera (and you are sure the batteries are good and in properly), then try to take some pictures without the screen. If the camera takes good pictures, then the screen is dead. You can continu to take pictures with it in this condition. I do not think they are worth fixing, though.
If the camera does not take good pictures or no pictures then the camera has failed or dead. Your best solution is to replace the camera with a newer, better one, More pixels, greater optical zoom, quicker start time and so on.
hi...ensure that the camera is turned on. If applicable, ensure the
lens cover has been removed before taking pictures. the LCD backlight
is turned on by pressing the DISPLAY button several times until the
screen appears. Depending on the camera model, the DISPLAY button may
be labeled as DISP or with a display icon. This button could be a
standalone button or it depends upon the camera model..... If operating the camera with a battery, ensure the battery is fully charged. Ensure the battery is inserted properly in the camera. If operating the camera with the power adapter, ensure it is plugged into a working AC outlet. Ensure
no Audio/Video (A/V) cables are connected for viewing pictures on a TV;
the LCD screen will not display when an A/V cable is connected. Perform a reset procedure on the camera....
I took the camera apart, painstakingly removing all the screws. Within the zoom area were two small loose pieces, one appeared to be a lens, the other a thin metal cover. I placed the parts back into their place, and put all the screws back, except for the case. When I did a test to see if everything would work..... Eureka !!! No, sorry, Darn! The camera appears to be at the same status, turns on long enough to see the "For Service...." message pop on the screen,
then the camera powers off. I will be taking the camera apart again, and will use a meter to check connections. Will report back if there is further progress on this situation.
If this error message appears, turn off the camera and remove the batteries for 30 seconds. Afterwards, reinsert the batteries and turn the camera back on.
If this doesn't work, perform a manual reset of the camera.
If you need an online manual here is a link with troubleshooting