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Do it yourself. Buy a used camera through ebay (one sold for parts, but with good LCD). Look at the following sites to see how you can replace the LCD. It is easy and cheaper. You only need a screwdriver set for $1 from Dollar store.
Vendors on ebay sell replacement Camera LCD screens. I bought one for $37 (including shipping). Look on YouTube for How-To videos for installing the new LCD. If you're comfortable with upgrading RAM or installing new hard-drives on a PC, this fix should be do-able for you... Good luck.
You probably won't find a lcd replacement screen, only Nikon or a camera repair center would be able to get one. If you did find one, you probably wouldn't have the tools to fix it. And if you did have the tools, you won't have the Nikon calibration software to install it. Two options for you, send it to Nikon and spend a fortune fixing it, if you have dropped it, you may have more issues than a cracked screen. I have a friend who fixes cameras.
Yes. You can get them (to fit yourself) from the manufacture or you can simply take it in to an outlet (like curries etc) or a repair center and they will fix it or have it sent away.
However, it may be cheaper to buy a new camera than to have the screen fixed. You can also get an older broken 7100 with a working screen and remove it and replace your broken one...tho if you are not up to doing that I would take it to a repair center.
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.
it seems that your camera was in contact with water or Coca-Cola. In order to repair it you should change light guide plate part number: 147913011 or LCD part number: 180572011 or both.
Not only will the LCD need to be imported - but I guess you will not be able to fix it your self either.
If you can work with out the LCD - thats the thing to do.
otherwise you may find it cheaper simply to buy another camera.