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LCD screen V-1003

My daughter dropped her V-1003 Kodak camera and it looks like the LCD screen is broke. When you look at the screen, you see that something has shattered, it looks like a spider web; however, the glass on the outside is in tact. Hopefully, I am explaining this correctly. Can this be fixed. We live in Cincinnati, OH and I can't find a repair shop.

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It needs a new LCD screen and that would cost $85.00. TC

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