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Blank camera screen

When i turn on my camera, i see a bright pinkish screen, the lens still opens, i can still take pictures and view on computer, but NOTHING is on my screen. i tried playing with buttons over and over, i hear beeps, like its going through all the menus, but i still cant see anyything, from what i can tell everything else seems to be working. help! The screen is pink when I am in color and white when I select black and white. I can go back and look at photos taken on this picture card prior to the camera malfunctioning and they look fine.....another user had a similar problem and was told to take batteries out to reset the camera but I have already done this and no change. Pls help. This is my second finepix...

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  • Max Decker Sep 07, 2006

    This is a Fuji Finepix E550

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I hope you sent it back to Fuji before your guarantee ran out.

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