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Speck on lcd screen

Howdy- There's a speck appearing on the lcd screen. I zoom in, it comes slightly more into focus, then drifts right offscreen if I zoom to maximum. Does this mean it's on the sensor? I suppose I shouldn't risk opening it up? I've had the camera for over a year and am pretty sure I'm past any warranty - any suggestions on where to go in the New York area (or where to send it off to) for a fair repair price? Thanks!

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Re: Speck on lcd screen - Casio Exilim EX-Z750 Digital Camera Digital Cameras

Dirty lens, you need professional fix.

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