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The backlight screen is broken where can I get it replaced

My grandson put the seat down on my cramera and it broke the backlight screen that shows the picture you are taken on my Kodak easyshare DX4530 where can I get it fixed

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Repairs on this camera run around 65-75 for replacement of the LCD on your DX4530. goto www.digitalcamrepair.com for more help.

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