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If the pictures are white then the negatives will be black and that means your shutter is stuck in the open position.
If the negatives are clear then the shutter hasn't opened at all.
Either way you have a faulty shutter, but as the repair costs far more than the camera is worth and as the camera is a long way past it's 5 year design life the best solution is consign yours to the spares bin and get another.
35mm Canon triple digit (Europe) or Rebel (USA) are ten a penny and can usually be obtained for free on FreeCycle or Freegle. They are utterly worthless as used models, so if you must pay for one then don't pay more than around £10 even if perfect for a body only unless you can thoroughly examine it before purchase in which case it's worth up to £20. In the USA those prices will be even lower.