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if the LCD is damaged there is no other option but to replace the screen. So in the first place please calll up to find out the cost of a new screen and if this involves the replacement charges since it is bought from the dealership. If so it is better that the LCD be replaced by them at no extra cost.
Unless you are familiar to replace and the cost factor is a big gap with the open market price you must decide after taking all options.
Very carefully you will need to pry the grey frame off of the lcd. But do this only after you are sure you have removed all of the screws. It is possible that you will have to dissassemble the whole camera in order to access some of the screws on the LCD assembly. Sometimes there are some right in or near the hinge.
If you see correct picture in Eye Piece view finder but dark picture in LCD that shows problem with connecting flexible wire between LCD board and Camcorder main board. It got cracked/ damaged or broken after some time due to open/ close of LCD in its position. Replace that flexible wire and problem will be solved. Post back further question if you have any. Thanks.
If you get a blank LCD, dimly lightened by a whitish back light, then the LCD display eis either faulty, badly connected, or the ribbon connector to LCD is defective. The camera must be taken apart, ribbon cable tested, and eventually replaced and adjusted. If all contacts on ribbon cable return continuity (cable is fine), then LCD is faulty, and must be replaced. Althought the job is not too difficult, an user without experience may damage the camera in attempting this repair. My first suggestion is always taking the unit to a camera shop.