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LCDscree suddenly at the bottom a lot of colour pixels bunch together on the screen

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Re: LCDscree

This sounds like a defective lcd screen, can be fixed but you will have to send it to nikon or go to a nikon service point , it all depends how many pixels are defective .. if ti is guarantee you are lucky otherwhise the costs would probably be higher to fix it than the pirce of a avarage new one

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When i switch on my Vivitar Vivicam 7024, it switches on normaly and resumes normal function (e.g. taking photos, videos, and looking at images). but the screen itself is damaged, it has a large black...

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