My Fuji 601 has a permanent green vertical line splitting the screen in two.After a few seconds the right side of the screen goes black.Pictures are saved but show the same symptoms.Performance has been faultless until this problem occurred,do I need a new camera?
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Re: Fuji Finepix split screen
If the picture taken from digicam are ok when viewed from a computer, the lcd viewer has a loose connection or defective already, if you can open your unit, try to disconnect and reconnect the lcd flexwire inside.
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It may be a hardware problem, but there is apossibility that you have activated the Split screen feature.
[MODE] opens a configuration screen. At the bottom, (the last line) has [Full] [Horiz] and [G-T]. Full means screen is complete; Horiz means screen is split down the middle, horizontally in two; G-T mesn screen is split vertically in two; To the lesft is the Graphic screen, to the right is the table of values pertaining to the graph.
[MODE] DownArrow to last line, make sure that [Full] is highlighted.
Either the screen ribbon has moved in it's socket or it has split. Only way to find out is to open the camera. A good light source and a magnifier will show any breaks in the ribbon, could also try a trick with a felt tipped pen to see if the ribbon is split. But before that make sure it's seated correctly
This is a convergence problem that can be either poor solder connections at the convergence ICs or defective ICs. If you can solder and feel comfortable working inside the set where there are potentially dangerous high voltages, update this and further details and instructions will be provided.
I was just trying to solve this exact same problem on my girlfriends A345 and upon inspecting the battery door I noticed a small tab had been broken off. I lined up the tab and just above the memory card where it says push to eject there is a slot. In that slot is a tiny black pressure switch that the broken off tab used to depress. I stuffed a small piece of wire in there and hit power and it works just as it did :) hope this solves your problem as I'm sure these tiny tabs break off without people noticing since the battery door closes and locks without them
Since you can see it when taking new pictures but not on old photos then that suggests that the part of the image sensor is faulty. I think this would make it a camera repair shop job as the S602's can't be taken to bits easily.
I think it is degaussing problem
if any thing is lying which has magnet
please remove it.
&then put of monitor for 15 minutes & then put on again.do not move when it is on.
please let me if it gets ok