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The word "error" appears in the middle of the LCD

I turn on the camera and I see the word "error" in the center. I cannot take pictures as a result of this.The night before I was printing pictures from the PC. I tried troubleshooting the problem, but with no luck.

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I still have the problem with the word error still present in the middle og the LCD.

I tried to go on and print some pictures in order to turn it off more carefully and I cannot do it.

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