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When we turn on the camera it says it is on movie only even when you change the setting it only brings on the video camera, it is a A350, and by the way I got this second hand, and it is not new. it will take movie but no pictures, or will it display anything it only shows the camera to do videos. could you tell me what the prob is and maybe how to fix it?? when we got it it needed a new lcd so we put one in and did not mess with any of the other parts of the camera, did I do something wrong to make it only shoot movies? Debra

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  • Debra Taylor Jul 31, 2007

    thank you for your suggestion, but when we took the camera apart again we noticed the little switch nob that goes from camera , movie, display, we found the little tit that moves the button from each setting is broken off, makes sence now. anyway we will buy another camera and go from there , thank you for your advice. DT

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I guess that when you changed the LCD the flex strip cable to the switch on the back panel was disturbed. Try re-seating The flex strip in it's connector. Otherwise the switch itself may have sprung apart or be broken. Online auctions are a good source of spare parts!

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