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No Main Screen

I have lost the main screen menu when I turn on my camera. Once I take a picture I can see it, but for the settings screen(scene mode or main menu) it does not come on. Can you help?

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    Thanks very much, worked great.

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Press the info button, this toggle in between the different screens

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