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Re: Screen i broken
Yes it can be fixed. Depending on where you live will depend on what you do next. you can go to any phot repair shop and they will either have the part and can fix it there or they will need to send it out.
Either way, it'll be cheaper than buying a new camera.
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Are the images also black when you look at them with your computer? If not your screen is either broken or no longer connected properly. The LCD screen can be replaced by a tech savy user and the part is
available on common auction websites. There are also independent Camera Repair places that carry the part - Camera Repair NYC
The only thing you can do is take or send the camera to an AUTHORIZED service center for replacement of the LCD screen. If you can live with just using the viewfinder, like in the old days, the LCD being broken should not effect the camera operation. Set the selection to the EVF (electronic view finder) position and this will stop the LCD screen from coming on. If this has helped, please rate it accordingly. Thanks and good luck. (BTW: I LOVE my Fuji S700)
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Sounds like a cracked LCD screen. You may be able to fix it if you can find a replacement screen. I usually search ebay for a broken camera with other problems that I can cannibalize. Here's some examples on LCD replacement. Don't recommend that you try this yourself, unless you have some experience and are comfortable with electronics.
Otherwise, the cost of professional repair is usually beyond the value of this camera. A better option is to sell the camera on ebay for other repair hobbyists to attempt replacing the screen for themselves. You actually may get a good price for the camera IF it's still capable of taking pictures.
As my camera is still under warranty I took it back to Jessops. The camera is now with Olympus for repair. The technician in Jessops hazarded a guess that the problem is a broken processor sitting behind the lens and as such the problem is "really bad".