Question about Nikon Coolpix S220 - Aqua Green 2.5" LCD Digital Camera
Screen is mostly white with what looks like a leaf shaped black pattern on it. No display functions work at all. Camera was purchased in Feb 2009.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I suggest you contact Nikon support and ask where is the nearest service center so they can replace your LCD screen. you can find contact information of Nikon support in your country athttp://imaging.nikon.com/products/imaging/worldwide/index.htm#americas
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
It seems the LCD wiring film cutted the connection to the main board of the camera. Sometimes if you shake the camera without being carefull, it may happens. Whet it occurs, you should be dissassbled the camera by help of a tecnician of an authorised service center.
If you have any experience doing such things, you may do it yourself also.There is no need to change any part for such conditions. The only thing is to be done is to disassble and collect together again the camera. The repairers do not want much money for this. At the same time you may do it yourself.
If you want to do it follow these steps please.
1. Turn off the camera.
2. Remove the SD card and the batteries first.
3. Unscrew the screws carefully.
4. Gently open the covers. (Be carefull not force any part)
5. Look at the connectors of the LCD carefully.
6. Try to touch the film connectors of LCD.
7. Try to stick the film.
8. Before collecting together the parts of the camera, insert the batteries to their own places.
9. Turn on the camera.
10. Control the LCD if it opens.
11. If it is not opened then try to stick the connections again. While doing this control again the LCD.
12. The LCD will work I think.
13. Turn off the camera and remove the batteries again.
14. Try to to collect together the camera very slowly, step by step and gently.
15. After all insert the SD card and batteries again.
16. Tur on the camera.
That is all. I think this knowledge is helpful enough to fix it.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
You camera might be in it's last leg. These camera has only so many thousands of exposures and then they worn out. If you are a photo bug I would suggest that you upgrade and get a camera with a higher rating in how many frames it can actually capture. You lens motor is worn out and once that happens it is time to say good-bye. Sorry about the bad news but that is reality. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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