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Dropped the camera

I dropped the camera onto my laminate floor and now I cannot view anything on the LCD. 3/4 of the viewing screen is now distored. Can this be fixed?

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Re: dropped the camera

Change the LCD screen. Rs. 1200 for the screen, 800 labour charges, 200 service tax at Rashi peripherals India, Bombay.

Only catch is that it's not available :-). ... and this model is not even a year old.

Posted on Jan 11, 2008

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