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I have a Panasonic lumix 5 mega pixel camera that the lense comes out but there is no image on the screen. it will act like it is taking a picture but there is no image. can you help me?

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There should be a button on the camera to turn on the LCD screen so you can see whats going on. Here is a link to the manual. http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/DMCLZ1.PDF Look on page 10, button 6. After the camera is turned on, wait 20 seconds, then hit that button and see if the screen turns on. Hope that helps.

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