I bought a non functioning camera like mine on ebay and put the new screen in. Not a project for the faint hearted. Requires magnification, a really good jewelers phillips and some soldering skills. The most practical solution, for what it will cost to have it done, is get another camera, there are some pretty good deals on ebay on demos and used cameras.
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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.