I use my camera for a year and in the last week, I take the last photo. The camera has his normal icons and functions but the image doesn´t appears. I send my camera to technical support and they say me that I have to replace LCD. Can you help me to find LCD? I live in Colombia and we don´t have any LCD new to replace, I have to import it. If you have any information about it please send me to my e-mail adress. Thank you.
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Re: FAILURE IN LCD
Not only will the LCD need to be imported - but I guess you will not be able to fix it your self either.
If you can work with out the LCD - thats the thing to do.
otherwise you may find it cheaper simply to buy another camera.
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Refer to this service notice from Canon. If you can see icons on the LCD, and can view photos you have taken in the past, you probably have an image sensor (CCD) failure. If Canon determines this is the problem, they will repair your camera at no cost, regardless of warranty status.
There is a documented malfunction with this camera, and Nikon has issued a service advisory and form you can send in with the camera so they fix it. Click on the following link, send in the camera with the form, and Nikon should fix it for free (assuming the problem is the one documented by Nikon) . I had to do it about a year ago, and the same thing just happened with my brother's camera.
Replace the CCD. According to consumer reports, some manufacturers are extending their cameras' warranties because of the frequency of this failure. Check out this information describing consumer reports' information on the failure of the CCD.