My lcd screen is cracked. Please can anyone tell me where I can purchase a replacement screen. The camera is still under warranty but Casio want over £100.00 just to replace the screen. Please can anyone help. Thank you.
know it was a while ago now but I just found your post, the lens on
mine broke yesterday but being a student I'm looking for someone with a
broken identical camera with spare parts to fix it rather than buying a
new one. Did you fix the camera, if not and it is lying around unused I
would be very grateful if you would part with it so I can get mine
working again. I am looking for a working lens
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Hello Brandi.Here's you replacement LCd screen. http://cgi.ebay.com/CASIO-EXILIM-EX-Z77-LCD-SCREEN-PARTS-%2F-REPAIR_W0QQitemZ250330962465QQcmdZViewItemQQimsxZ20081124?IMSfp=TL081124134001r12156 See ebay has all you ever need.
If you can't see the image at all after taking it then you will have to have the lcd screen replaced. You can send it into Casio and have it repaired if it is still under warranty or you can see if you can find someone else to replace it cheaper than what Casio would charge you.
If it is simply a crack and other wize still OK Best way is to go to a photo store and purchase lcd screen protector film or heavy duty transparent repair tape[camping store]
Taking a camera apart is no easy task unless your are used to fine instruments and reassembling them ditto Buying spares new is a nono usually .Secondhand -well its a gamble isn't it? If you can find the model you want and if it is in good nick.
You will actually have to replace the screen, so you know the screen's on the camera are VERY sensitive, even just pressing your thumb against it can cause this to happen. You can either get a new LCD and replace it yourself by calling this number: 1-800-223-2001, or can send it in and get it repaired at: 1-800-706-2534, option 1. If its less then a year old it more then likely wont be covered under the warranty though.