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i think the exposure has been set too high, check on the [+/-] button to see if this is the case,
also check to see if you have changed the aperture and/or shutter settings but if you are skeptic about touching those settings then just go to the menu settingsand reset the camera to factory defaults
I would suggest this is not going to be a viable task. at any level
You taking it to pieces and then finding replacement parts.
Contact Olypus for advice
My guess is that a 'repair' will be near the cost of replaceing the camera.
Photo stores [such as Jessops here in the UK] seel Screen protection material. this is like a heavy duty self adhesive tape- which can be cut to size for your screen.
That I suggest is a low cost fix.