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by willieong |
July 09, 2019 10:24 |
Hi! It's most likely your camera ribbon cable has become unseated somehow. It could be the longer ribbon or the tiny one on the camera board itself -- Did you buy a pre-assembled camera or did you assemble it? Either way, could you share a detailed photo or two of the camera board and the ribbon cable connections? We can help you debug!
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