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When the camera was turned on, the display area just suddenly shut down, the shutter didn't close. The battery was tried to another camera and it worked well.

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Hi! The circuit board of the camera surely gone bad, you will need to visit a reputable technician for this will require an on hand fixing for sensitive parts and circuits are at risk. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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One of two possible things. First try pressing the DISP or DISPLAY button on the back of your camera. This manually turns the LCD screen on and off to save batteries. You would then use the optical viewfinder in its place. If this doesn't fix the problem...
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all figured out,,,,the shutter button is too close to the shut off button,its happened to me many times ,next time it happns try to catch yourself and see which button you pressed,,guaranteed!!! it sucks

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