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Problem with LCD image

Camera looks fine. LCD is just dark, it shows all icons but can,t view image. Can't take picture too.

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This is in all probabilty a sensor problem. If the camera is young it may be exchangeable for another A repair is not likely unless it is one of those that have been recalled because of sensor problems. Canon Customer support will advise further

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