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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes that's what you'll need, and not just the glass cover (if it has one. You will need the LCD screen in addition to other broken parts if any?). You can find parts and used/broken cameras to salvage parts from on online auction and classified sites (using your make and model number to search them). Otherwise you can try to go through Sony to replace the broken parts (probably the most expensive source if they will sell you the parts you need at all). IMHO
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
Hi there, I now have two Cybershot DSC-T10 with broken LCD's. The best remedy that I have found is buy a parts camera with a good LCD on EBAY. You can get the whole camera for way cheaper than you can buy a new LCD.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
Camera will be apart to replace LCD. remove screws at sides and bottom of camera to apart it.
LCD is available in Part Store under following part number..
LCD901 "875329694" ACX358AKR-3
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
This is a problem known to Sony. They had a recall on the T3 because of it. They extended the recall, however, the extension ended in about March of '08. Some recall - You had to stumble on it at their web site to know about it!
I got my T3 repaired in May of '08, but had to pay shipping both ways to Laredo, the nearest Sony repair place. They insisted on insurance, so it cost almost as much as their flat fee repair of $121.
They fixed the camera, but it didn't focus as well after that. I didn't realize that 'til after their 30-day repair warranty period was up.
Here's their email, if you want to wrestle with them:
Recently I began getting "Turn power off and on again" message. It's a common problem, but again, Sony offered no suggestions. They basically wanted $121 to fix it.
The FixYa site helped me "fix" it by flipping the lens cover open (down) with my finger when turning it on.
I am not buying any more Sony cameras, and will probably sell this one with a disclaimer. There are too many trouble-free high-spec cameras around to fool with Sony-baloney. They've gone too far downhill.
I'll probably get a Canon S90. It's almost the same size as the T3 and much higher-spec.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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