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I dropped my BRAND new Nikon D60 and the LCD Broke

Im crushed to say the least, this camera is two months old and I dropped it while it was in my purse. (I am shopping for a suitable camera bag asap) Well, my issue is Is this going to cost me a fortune to replace, I priced replacement LCD screens on Ebay for 125.00 and I know that labor is costly. I paid 518.00 for the camera on Amazon in Jan. the price has jumped up again. Bummer. I am pretty sure that the cost to replace the screen will prob. be less then buying new again. The camera was only dropped from about 6 inches, but landed on a hard surface and on top of a miniflaslight that was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Thanks for any help.

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  • kimberleykro Apr 17, 2009

    Thank You so much for help. I took my beloved to the Camera Shop in town and they sent it out for repair. It is not covered by insurance as it was my fault, accident or not..I am currently waiting for the part that has been back ordered. Darn it!! It is going to set me back about 170 bucks...better then a new camera though. Thanks again. Kimberleykro

  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2009

    I couldn't help but notice there were more than typos in your response a_m_j42. How about a little capitalization where capitalization is due?

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In the box that you got it in there should be a Nikon Insurence this covers you for "1 Year" this may be covered but because its acudental then it may not be, but i would say try ringing nikon on:

UK: 0871 2001964
USA: (Unknow should be on website)

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  • Adam Jeffreys Apr 16, 2009

    just spotted some typos sorry



    in the box that you got it in there should be a Nikon Insurance this covers you for "1 Year" this may be covered but because its accidental then it may not be, but i would say try ringing nikon on:

    UK: 0871 2001964
    USA: (Unknow should be on website)

  • Adam Jeffreys Apr 17, 2009

    Would you be able to rate me please

    thanks

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