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It sounds like the LCD screen got bumped and is bad. You can replace it yourself, with a little patience if you want to order one on ebay. They're around $25. There are articles on the net about how to replace them, in case you try yourself. I wouldn't have a repair shop do it, since they charge around $125, and you can buy a new camera for that! Good luck!
I have a Sony cybershot with a dead LCD. I also can't find a source for replacement and the cost of replacing it at Sony Service Center is a bit unreasonable and they don't sell parts. Luckily it has an optical viewfinder. In your case, maybe Olympus Service Center is the only way.