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Lcd the lcd of my canon poweshot s100 digital isnt working, i dont know what happen, all of a sudden when i push the camera button , no image can be seen

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  • Anonymous Oct 19, 2008

    Same here. Shooting mode just shows a blank screen. Display mode still shows previous saved photos, but camera will not take new ones.

  • Anonymous Oct 19, 2008

    I have the same problem, but the window shows horizontal smeared light pattern. The disp. button has no effect on the image.

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Did you accidentally hit the "DISPLAY" or "DISP" button on the back?

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