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It is easy to change the screen. Try to buy a cheap one (nonworking camera) through EBAY. You need only a scrap camera. If you look for it, you may be able to get it for $5-10. Buy a screwdriver set (has 5-6 small screw drivers) for $1 from $0.99 shop. Usually you need to remove only a few screws to remove the outer casing. Be careful not to break the casing.

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