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It is possible that CCD is damaged or is faulty . if the camera is new then you can claim for free warranty support . Check the pictures taken on your PC and if the strips are present then it is a suspect. If not the LCD can also be the possible suspect.
If it is simply a crack and other wize still OK Best way is to go to a photo store and purchase lcd screen protector film or heavy duty transparent repair tape[camping store]
Taking a camera apart is no easy task unless your are used to fine instruments and reassembling them ditto Buying spares new is a nono usually .Secondhand -well its a gamble isn't it? If you can find the model you want and if it is in good nick.