I just purchased a replacement LCD screen off of Ebay from a seller called D & H Camera in Chicago, IL. The cost was $49.99 (Buy it now) with a $15 shipping fee. It came very quickly and I am going to attempt to install it myself although the seller offered to do it free of charge if you would rather send it to him. The local camera shop from where I purchased the camera said it would cost as much as the camera did to replace it so this is a good deal in my opinion. Good luck.
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try to playback previous images ..If screen looks good on playback and or main menu..Camera likely has problem with CCD imager and camer digital processor board.If camera also looks bad on playback and menu..its possible the LCD IS BAD..easy test is to hook up camera on a monitor or computer and see what picture on camera mode looks like..If it also looks bad on a different monitor..Then CCD imager could be bad..If playback and camera mode lokk bad on monitor ..then you have a video process board problem ...please let me know
HI, this is isolated within the LCD screen. the input ribbon may be defective or, the entire screen could also be damaged. you will have to replace the lcd screen in this case due to the integrated design. you can confirm my diagnosis by, pullingthe battery or plug for 5 minutes. if this screen is still not operating normally after you re insert the battery, this will confirm LCD screen failure.