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Cannot use menu func disp buttons cannot look at the pictures i have taken

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There is a circuit board and ribbon cable beneath the buttons on your camera, its possible the board went bad, or that the cable has been shifted/disconnected on accident.
Was there any impact damage to the camera?

There is a repair shop online - darntoothysam.com that may be able to fix your camera, you can send him an email and see!

Posted on Dec 12, 2007

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