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My daughters camera was dropped by the younger child and i thiknk the lcd screen is broken; is it possible to order this part and replace ourselves?

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Not unless you are skilled in electronics and understand ribbon cables etc. The repair is expensive too. Almost cheaper to buy a new one and ensure tiny tots are not given the opportunity to play with expensive items. If you have home insurance you may want to try a claim depending on your excess liability

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