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When camera is in shooting mode the screen is blank. switch to replay mode and screen will show stored photos OK.

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  • kenne17254 Jun 05, 2008

    This concerns a Cannon C70.

  • kenne17254 Jun 05, 2008

    The flap over the lens flips open when camera is turned on.

  • kenne17254 Jun 05, 2008

    I do not know if pictures are being taken but I can hear everything sounding as tho it is working. When in replay the pictures are from the card but not from the lens.

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Is it still taking pictures even though nothing is showing up on the screen. If so, then there is just a loose connection between the lens and the screen so let me know what the exact situation is based off of my first sentence and I would be happy to let you know what to do.

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    Benjamin Patri Jun 05, 2008

    Ok, if no new pictures are showing up on the card when trying to take pictures while the screen isn't showing the picture that you are trying to take, then the lens is bad and needs to be replaced. This may be not worth doing, and may be better to buy a new camera depending on how you wish to fix this.

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Are you sure the flap over the len is taken out.

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