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Dropped my Canon SD 750, will turn on and lens will move, but the display screen is black & won't show anything- is it unfixable?

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Is the screen cracked from the impact of being dropped? It may be worth it to have the LCD screen replaced or just checked in case the LCD ribbon came loose during impact. I would probably contact the guys in the link I posted above and have them check it out. This issue is most definitely fixable though!

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If trick 1 will not work out, try this.
2. Make sure the battery is fully charged. Turn on the camera and then give it a couple of firm whacks on the side. Make sure nothing is blocking the lens and wait for it to fully retract.
Let me know how it goes.

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