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SD300 Monitor Problem

Monitor, regardless of mode, shows multicolored streaks fanning out like a peacock from right center of the screen.
Tried removing battery, charging battery

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This sounds like a cracked LCD screen. If so, it requires replacement. There are many sites available on the web that will do this for you for a fee.

It is also possible to fix it yourself if you can find a replacement screen, and if you are familiar with basic electrical safety (there's a flash capacitor inside your camera that can give you such a ZAP!).

http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/11/fixing-or-replacing-broken-lcd-screen.html

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