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Camera image does not show up on LCD

When I turn my camera on I can see the menues and the LCD shows previous pictures but when I try to take a picture the LCD does not show the picture and will not take a shot.

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This model has had problems with the CCD element that acts as the eye of the camera. I would recommend that you return the camera to Canon in New Jersey and let them replace it at no charge to you. Good luck to you. Joe Weibel customelectronics.org

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to work around the issue, it is best if you visit a local repair shop or a technician to have a look at the unit and have it repaired.

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