My Olympus has been working perfectly until yesterday when I turned it on the screen was lit but blank. Al other aspect including zoom are working and I can still take photograhs, but no screen function whatsoever ( menu, review or view) Any solutions?
My name is Jaeyeal Jeung. I got an experience for FE 220. There are two flat cables inside of the camera. First one is for lens related and send one is for LCD related. If you can open, you need to check the connection of the cables, each cable is hooked to connector that it has flip cover. Try to open and follow what I said. Good luck.
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Sounds as if this is a repair issue with the image processing chip inside the camera. You may want to call Olympus Customer Service and discuss the repair process with them. Their telephone number is 800-622-6372 option 2 and then option 3
It sounds a lot like bad or defective batteries.
If the discharge curve is too rapid, you get no warning from the camera.
Have you tried taking pictures or zooming when the screen is blank?
If you can't do that, you most likely have battery problems.
I did lose the LCD on a related camera and once checking the replacement part cost - I retired it and bought another.
The price was $90 US and there is no assurance that the panel itself is the problem.
The lens need to be replaced or repaired. It is not fully extending. It may be that one or more of the plastic gears or plastic rods that hold the gears in place, are broken. I repaired two plastic rods in my lens, by drilling holes for new plastic rods,(I cut plastic rods from a plastic toilet bowl chain!!! It fit inside the gears perfectly), and super glue the rods in place. Replaced gears, put camera back together and BAM in worked! Nothing like a perfectly working refurbished rig job. Camera takes great pictures to this day.