The LCD screen is nothing but vertical color stripes, what is the problem?
when i take pictures, they come out white (as if there was too much light) or blurry. this, not matter what setting i am on. other times will take perfectly normal photos. it films just fine. i would appreciate any help in resolving this problem. thank you.
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It is not possible to buy a viewing screen for KODAK cameras.
An Out of Warranty repair for this model for this fault is about 88 pounds + shipping. KODAK also offers a Trade up option where you will have the opportunity to trade up to a newer model 25-30% cheaper than the market price.
In order to arrange your repair/Trade up: Contact KODAK:
Buy one on Ebay for 20 Euro (inclusive of postage)
youtube.com has great videos of how to change a screen. You will need a tweezers and very small "philips" (cross/plus head) screwdriver. Make sure the screwdriver has magnets....so that you dont lose some screws....they are tiny.
If you buy a replacement "LCD Screen Display"on Ebay then usually all the tools you need are included. (I just checked).
I also have just replaced my screen....screen was damaged...LCD leaked and lots of vertical lines on a now only WHITE screen. Camera works fine now.
Check to see if the camera is still working. Try taking some pictures....and then put the SD-card into your computer to see if the pictures are being taken.
The problem is in bad contacts on flat cable from the LCD. Cleaning the cable and the connector can solve the problem.
If you need more info please advice.
ps: this should be the long term solution.
I know this contribution might be late, but try to avoid using the auto white balance. Use a tungsten mode and test each of its compensations until you get the desired result. I haven't had a similar problem on the 14n, but my D100 always places a magenta cast on white when shooting auto WB. I learned how to adapt the other WB modes to any situation.