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LCD screen is white

Went thru airport security (just carry on baggage)now my camera does not work, when I turn it on, I get a white blank screen and cannot see the subject I am trying to photo

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It is not likely that the x-ray machine goofed up your camera's circuit. It is more likely that the vibration on the plane loosened a flex connector, possibly a chip has failed. A reputable repair shop is the answer for this.

Posted on Apr 18, 2007

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