Hey well it seems that the screen is broken from the inside and when i turn it on a bunch of white blares appear ive had it for about half a month and i have no insurance! what can i do to get it fixed without having my parents to find out? can i still return it or will it fix byitself?
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Re: camera doesn't work!
Sounds like you may have dropped it or crushed it, damaging the sensor. No, this cannot be fixed without a repair. If you do not think you damaged it, and the device is new, it may be covered by a Warranty. In this case, the best thing to do is to try returning it to the place you purchased it from, and you should probably ask your parents for help. Good luck.
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I recently bought a fujifilm digital camera an when i turn on the power it appears to have a blank white screen, an nothing else seems to work ive tried pushing the menu botton an switched it on an off many of times, but nothing seems to be working just a blank white screen please coul d you help me thanks,.
Replacing the LCD seems to be a logical answer. But, If you are bored with it or if it is not working properly, which is not the case as you say, then throw it away, else replace the LCD and enjoy its company.
You cannot repair the broken LCD screen; the white you are seeing is the backlight for it.
LCDs have extremely thin gold deposits along one edge that is contacted by a silicone rubber strip that has fine wires molded into it vertically and one edge is pressed against the LCD panel for contact.
It is a fussy arrangement when new and it sure doesn't get any better when dropped.
I wouldn't delay too long looking for parts or repair; Polaroid filed for bankruptcy last week although I doubt if the parent had anything to do with the manufacture of your camera; as with many companies with limited manufacturing means, the camera was surely built by others.
it seems that your camera was in contact with water or Coca-Cola. In order to repair it you should change light guide plate part number: 147913011 or LCD part number: 180572011 or both.
Seems stuff always goes wrong when you have someplace to go. your LCD is going out on the camera. Call the repairs center at 800-706-2534 and then keep choosing option 1. Tell them what's going on and that you would like to send it in for repairs. If they ask just lie and tell them you already talked to tech support. LOL