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Flipping screen We have a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10 that has developed a flipping screen. If you take a picture with it and download it on the computer, the picture looks just like the screen, flipping. Any idea what causes this and what parts are necessary to fix it?

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  • stretch5881 Dec 05, 2007

    Like a tv set with a rolling or flipping picture.

  • stretch5881 Dec 05, 2007

    It has not been dropped or wet. It has always been well cared for. Any suggestions on a good camera shop that can do this? I'm pretty sure there is no one in this area to handle this.

  • stretch5881 Dec 17, 2007

    Not a software problem. The repair shop has found that a chip has gone bad and only Panasonic can replace it. That would be more than the camera is worth. Thank you very much for your help and pointing me in the right direction.

  • stretch5881 Dec 24, 2007

    I might put it on ebay for parts.

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Hi it sounds like it is a problem with the software on the camera unless it has been dropped or got wet taking that neither of these has happened then it is more than likely that the software will need reinstalling.
Now the only problem with this is that it can only be done thorugh a camera shop it shouldnt cost to much but i have never had to have it done so dont really know on the price but basing it on other electricals it should be relitively cheap.
If it has been dropped or got wet or damp if it has been dropped then it could be a number of problems and will need the board testing.
If it has got wet it will need the whole thing stripping down and then the whole board will need cleaning.
Sorry but their isnt much you can do yourself as it is not a problem with the settings or even anything you can replace.
Take it into camera shop tell them the problem and then they can inform you on the best way of doing this might mean sending your camera off let me know how you get on ok

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  • paul proctor Dec 06, 2007

    Have you tried going on to your camera makers website also the onyl way you can find some one local to you is using the phone book.

    Your problem is deffinately going to be a spftware problem or could even need the lcd screen replacing both shouldnt cost much to do ok let me know how you get on ok

  • paul proctor Dec 24, 2007

    sorry couldnt help you more but i have been unable to get online using my home computer.
    Have managed to do this now sorry to hear their is nothing you can do but i just wondered what are you going to do with the camera now

  • paul proctor Jan 03, 2008

    Hi happy new year thats about the only option you have left sorry i couldnt be anymore help

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What do you mean by flipping?

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