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Hello.I checked Ebay and found no replacement screens for your camera however I did find new 8025's rangeing in price from $54.00 to $65.00 some with free shipping. The cost of the LCD and repair would probably be that much or more. No one likes to hear it but the fact is many cameras aren't worth the cost of repair.
Unless it has recently been dropped or the screen cracked, the LCD power drive circuit has failed. Your batteries sound OK if it is taking pictures. 2 and a half years is not an unreasonable life for this camera. I would spend my money and time working toward a new one rather than repairs. Sometimes you can find one on Ebay for parts and may be worth a purchase but don't waste anything on a factory repair. Taking them apart and replacing components is not that difficult and procedures can be obtained online from digital camera REPAIR FORUMS.
Are the images also black when you look at them with your computer? If not your screen is either broken or no longer connected properly. The LCD screen can be replaced by a tech savy user and the part is
available on common auction websites. There are also independent Camera Repair places that carry the part - Camera Repair NYC
Many screen breaks happen to ruin the LCD from visibly displaying a picture. On some cameras, the screen is attached to the back plate of the camera and are very easy to replace with a new one. Some screens are attached to a video pc board and may ruin the board from displaying anything. Your best bet is to have it repaired professionally by one of our top repair providers and get an estimate first. I have repaired many good digital cameras with a LCD replacement, but I also had to purchase a broken used one for parts because new parts became to expensive to repair the one with a broken LCD. BTW: all digital cameras contain many PC boards and if you can still take pictures means the boards that control your lens, motors, CCD, and I/O boards are still intact and functional. Hope this helps - fotobean
hi, we are a big supplier for camera repair parts, if you want to buy a new lcd screen, pls don't hesitate to contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org. you could also visit our company website www.think-tec.com, thanks.
Loos like LCD is broken; or probably the top layer is broken. Please take it to the Service center and show it to them. One piece of advice: do not straight away tell to replace the LCD (i did that once and got charged heftly). they MAY just repair it if the entire LCD is not broken.
The camera will still work fine. The screen is only for framing your pictures and reviewing them. It will be hard to take pictures that way. Just get a new camera. It will be cheaper than repairing the screen.