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Camera i dropped my camera and the screen went fuzzy looking and it said it had a focus error now the camera will turn on and it will still flash when you hit the button but the screen stays black what do i need to do??

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Hey jess99,
It sounds to me like you have damaged your LCD screen by dropping the camera. Even though you could have your camera looked at by an authorized service technician, with digital camera repairs it is often more expensive to fix the camera than to replace it.

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Posted on May 06, 2008

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