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View screen sticks on view mode when switch to take picture mode

When I turn my camera on the view screen shows my last picture taken instead of what I am trying to take - even thought he switchis on take picture mode. If I move the switc from view to picture mode it may flicker for a moment but then it goes back to the view picture mode and I cannot take a picture. i have changed memory cards & batteries and that did not work.

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This is a button/firmware problem Canon Customer support will advise on your next move -depending on the age of the camera

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