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Won't save my pictures

I dropped my camera and the LCD screen broke, but half is still viewable. I was able to take pictures and still view them. Now I try to take a picture, it takes, then I go to view it and it says no image

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The lcd screen has to be replaced for this and also need to checked on the main board of the camera that any other minute component on the board is damaged or got broken.

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