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View screen is white (blank) with internal cracks

View screen is white and blank. No picture is showing on screen when camera is on. Power is fine and holding a charge. Zoom mode works A-ok. It appears that the LCD screen is somehow corrupt or damaged.

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Look fo the switch that has two setting. one of them will say LCD and the other Migt EVF if you have a view through your view finder this is your problem.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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