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I accidently pressed on the screen and now half of the screen is showing the black spot, half- shadow of the picture, but camera is working. How could I replace lcd screen or fix it? Or can I buy it separately?

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Hey i found this site that is great on how to change a LCD for the camera

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You will actually have to replace the screen, so you know the screen's on the camera are VERY sensitive, even just pressing your thumb against it can cause this to happen. You can either get a new LCD and replace it yourself by calling this number: 1-800-223-2001, or can send it in and get it repaired at: 1-800-706-2534, option 1. If its less then a year old it more then likely wont be covered under the warranty though.

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