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No display, still takes movies

The display on my camera never comes on. If I set the dial to automatic (A) an orange indicator light flashes. When I plug it into the base, the display remains black even in Photo mode.
The odd thing is that I can still take movies with the camera and transfer them to my Mac.
Is there some way to reset this camera?

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  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2008

    Experienced similar problem, the screen is black, but I was able to take photos. Now the whle think is dead and I am not able to charge it... a bit frustrating.

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Sounds like the LCD screen is dead. I would send into repairs. Call repairs at 800-706-2534 option 2 and they can tell you where to send it.

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