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Part of LCD screen is streaked and whited out

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  • mastavic Jul 28, 2008

    I have the exact same problem. I haven't used the camera in a few days and have just left it on my desk, but when I turned it on earlier, the screen is white except for a bunch of colorful streaks that seem to be randomly placed on the screen. Any solutions?

  • ReallyDawg Aug 29, 2008


    I have a similar problem. I haven't used my Canon powershot G9 for several days and it has been stored at normal temps, but when I turned it the screen is black except for a bunch of colorful streaks that seem to be randomly placed on the screen.

  • Artbylugo Dec 21, 2008

    I have a fujifilm camera and my problem is that about 1 quarter of the screen has thin white lines running across the left side from top to bottom, the camera still works great and this does not effect the pictures taken at all, I'd just like to have my lcd screen look like new once again without these lines. any suggestions for fixing this problem? any help would greatly appreciated, thanks.

    Manny

  • Anonymous May 25, 2009

    Whenever I turn it on the screen is white

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Usually if the LCD screen is partially damaged, it is just a matter of time before you need to relace it as the image will totally disappear and the screen will not work anymore. I'm not sure what appliance you have but generally for cellphones, the screen is replaced.

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