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Scratched lcd on d90 camera

I have a scratched lcd on a nikon d90 camera and was wondering if there was a way of fixing it.cheers.p

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Caveat...Well maybe I can solve it. Depends on whether it is a scratch or a gouge and where it is. If the damage is on the plastic cover that is supposed to protect the LCD, easiest solution is to get a new cover. Only a few dollars.
If the damage is on the LCD itself and is gouge, you're out of luck. If it is a scratch get some plastic polish (like they use to buff up windows on convertible car tops) and have a go with it. May rub out the scratch.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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