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Suddenly stopped working

Screen is light sensitive but blank...cannot play back by slideing button but was successful by other method. lens moves in and out with exposure but no image. data sahows on top and also where you would normally view image. camera is 1 year old. Ray

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Hi try with a new battery You might try using a new, clean memory card to see if the problem goes away. If it doesn't, it's most likely a processor or main board failure. windman

Posted on Feb 06, 2006

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