My daughter dropped her L15 and appears to have shattered her LCD since we have since found out that the warranty doesn't cover it and it would be more advantageous to buy a new one instead of replacing the LCD, we thought we would try to find the part and replace it on our own. Any suggestions as to where we would find this.
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I dont have an exact guide but there should be 5 screws to remove to take the camera apart. There is either 4 screws holding the lcd in place or 3 plastic clips. gently remove the ribbon cable that is attached to the lcd from the main board. Its actually pretty easy to to do. just becareful on not hitting any sensors. If you get stuck anywhere or cant find a screw let me know and ill try taking mine apart again and we can go from there. Thanks, Midwest-tek
Sounds like Nikon are just trying to get out of fixing it. Have you read the terms of the warranty. If the screen is not working then it is more than likely an electronic fault and they are covered by the warranty. The only way the screen would not be covered is if it was damaged by the owner. The screen is part of the camera and therefore comes under the warranty, unless it specifically states that it is not covered in the warranty. Ask a consumer rights department. Don't take no for an answer.