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Display goes blank

When I turn the camera on in picture taking mode the display shows for no more than 2 or 3 seconds then goes off. You can switch to displaying previous shots and the battery strength is fine. You can also take pictures - you just can't see what you're taking when you are taking the shot.

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  • MMdigital Nov 09, 2008

    Exactly the same as described above. I'll try the fix recommended. M

  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    my screen goes to black, but all the other option screens work well...only picture taking mode goes to black. Camera needs to be restarted and i have a moment to snap a pic...



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I tried Solution #1 (twice) with no luck. But, when drilling down thru the options in "menu" I found one that said "reset" and tried that. Voila! Back in business. Display no longer blanks in 1-2 seconds. Don't know if this only works after reformatting internal memory or not. So, if no luck with "reset" try to reformat then reset.

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It sounds like your lcd is going out. Sometimes it will do that when you switch to picture taking mode. Don't understand why. Try taking your mem card out. If you have pics on your internal mem transfer them to ur computer. Format your internal memory and then try it again. If it still does it then you're going to have to send it in.

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