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I would not know. Seems pretty beat up. Try it anyway. Put batteries and pretend that there is a film inside and operate the camera. You can even open the back, and shoot a picture and watch the mechanism operating.
Exterior or interior? If they are on the exterior then something unassociated with the oven has caused them. If they are between sheets of glass then could be silacone fume residue or if it has a clear plastic filter on the inside of the glass, could be that. If they happen to use laminated glass, it could be the plastic middle but I doubt they would. Radiation leaking from microwave ovens is really a bit of a myth. Yes, if you have a damaged seal and there is a big enough gap, microwave radiation can leak out but unless you are hugging your oven, it's no real drama, according to current medical experts.
We used to say have a short service on the patio and buy a new set---damaged panel display unit is more than set cost (if it is even available) Let it go---when damaged it can instantly damage other boards/parts in the set.
Run a car with no oil and see what happens........
Your LCD/monitor is cracked from the inside. There are several things that can
cause a screen to crack from the inside. The two most common are
pressure on the screen or dropping the
machine. Sorry, but it is irreparable. You need to buy a replacement.
The glass of the lcd screen is not cracked, but internally the display is'nt working perfect, few lines are not displayed on the screen which makes us to assume that the screen is cracked which is not the case, you need to replace the display, it its one or two lines you can use the same display screen, their won't be any damage to your phone due to non display of few lines.
Removal NOTE: Left-hand dual arm mirror with heat shown, non-heated and aero mirrors similar. All exterior mirrors
Position the exterior mirror glass in the full down position.
Grasp the top and carefully pull the exterior mirror glass away from the mirror housing.
Disconnect the electrical terminals (if equipped) and remove the exterior mirror glass.
Power exterior mirrors
Remove the jack pins from the exterior mirror glass backing plate.
Use pliers to grasp the jack pins at the base to remove.
Installation Power exterior mirrors
Remove the sealing boots from the exterior mirror motor.
Install the jack pins in the sealing boots.
Install the jack pins and sealing boots.
Hold the legs of the jack pins and push the jack pins back into the exterior mirror housing.
Install the sealing boots so the boot shoulder is under the mirror collar and turn each jack pin until the head of the jack pin is aligned with the slots in the sockets on the backing glass plate.
All exterior mirrors
Place the new exterior mirror glass assembly down on a smooth firm surface.
Align the friction pins vertically to the exterior mirror glass backing plate socket and push down to snap the pivot ball into the socket.
CAUTION: Do not over heat the exterior mirror glass backing plate. Heat only until backing plate is warm to the touch. Using the special tool, warm the main pivot sockets in exterior mirror glass backing plate.
Loosely install the glass.
Connect the electrical wiring to the electrical terminals (if equipped).
Position the friction pins in the mirror housing.
Align the jack pin locating tabs to match with the mirror glass back.
Using a flat hand, press on the center of the mirror glass until seated on the center pivot of the mirror housing.
Press the mirror glass toward one of the jack pins until snapped in place.
Repeat for second jack pin.
Power exterior mirrors NOTE: If the jack pins do not engage, they may not be aligned correctly. Remove the exterior mirror glass, align the jack pins to the slots in the sockets and repeat the installation procedure.
NOTE: The jack pin should click while manually adjusting the exterior mirror glass. Tilt the exterior mirror glass to the full outboard position and then press on the outer side of the class until the in/out jack pin snaps into the socket on the exterior mirror backing plate.
NOTE: The jack pin should click while manually adjusting the exterior mirror glass. Tilt the exterior mirror glass to the full down position and then press on the outer side of the class until the up/down jack pin snaps into the socket on the exterior mirror backing plate.
same thing happened to me, i carried mine in my pocket. the glass itself doesnt crack but the lcd inside it does. you can still take pictures and videos with it but you have to hook it up to a computer to see them. ive been looking everywhere for the menus to it since i cant see them but i cant find them. everytime i put batteries in it the date resets so it always says 2006 since i cant change it. also, you can look on ebay for a similar model that has a working lcd for like 20 to 30 dollars. its fairly simple to do, but it has to be the same model.
if it is limited to external glass the glass can be ordered separately but if there is internal crack on pdp itself would have to replace pdp. from my experience generally if it limited to crack on external glass there still should be picture so there may be additional damage to plasma display itself
This isn't something I would attempt myself (and I'm pretty good with a soldering gun). Camera manufacturers have a policy of not selling parts, unless they are performing the install (accessories yes, parts no), because most attempts to install them result in a broken part, an even more damaged camera, and a customer service issue. Parts are only sold to authorized repair companies, where the installation will be carried out by a trained professional. Besides, isn't the liquid inside an LCD pretty toxic?