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Our Nikon Coolpix L18 was shut in a door. Now when turned on the the diplay screen loks like a broken mirror. Can this be repaired affordably?

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Try to take pictures as normal, then transfer the pictures to computer. If the pictures are good, you only broke the LCD, check for ebay to buy and replace the LCD. If you can DIY, maybe it’s just 20-50 bucks.
If the pictures are not good on computer. You have a lens problem too. There is not worth to replace the lens and LCD.

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