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Shooting mode will not operate

Playback mode is Ok but I can no longer see anything on the LCD screen when in shooting mode. The screen shows some white light flashes when first turned on and then it goes black. Changing from Auto to any of the other shooting modes makes no difference. Changing the display produces white/purple horizontal flashes which soon settle down to a black screen. Taking a photo results in a black screen or one with varying numbers of random horizontal lines in pink or purple. All functions seem to be OK on playback eg zoom, index playback and download.

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Your camera has a defective CCD imager. Please return the camera to Canon in New Jersey and they will replace the CCD at no charge to you. This is a known issue and should be covered under extended warranty. Good luck my friend. Joe Weibel customelectronics.org

Posted on Feb 28, 2007

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