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  • Anonymous Nov 02, 2007

    tenho uma sansung sc 353 mini DV mas o programa q o acompanha é muito ultrapassado e preciso de um mais atual.. é o Ulead videoStudio 11

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  • shawn23 Feb 08, 2008

    my ribbon cracked and my lcd is only white and thats just when its in the right position. The monitor is usually pitch black. I took it apart and noticed the crack but i need a link to a site where i can order a new ribbon

  • debsyota00 May 11, 2010

    What is the exact link for this spares dept? I did a google search and did not find it.



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Try samsung spares dept £12.50 +postage

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The LCD screen should have to wires going to it. One is for the light that illuminates the LCD. That one is obviously working. The other is for the LCD itself - it sounds like that isn't. Either the LCD needs replaced, or that cable is loose or damaged. I'd suggest opening up the camera, finding that cable (it will likely be a thinner cable than the other), and checking for loose connections, or an obvious break or sharp bend in the cable.

Unfortunately, even if you find the cable is damaged, I'm not sure you can get it replaced. If you're not confident you can take this apart and put it back together properly, I'd suggest either taking it to a repair shop, or just using it as is. I'd hate to see you damage it further. If you are confident, however, check that cable. If it's good, contact Samsung about a replacement LCD.


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