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T70 LCD display

My Canon T70 is a great camera and i really dont want to go out and spend mega bucks on a new one, just for this small problem, the lcd on the top is going (bottom right corner) is completely black and i can just see how many exposures are left on the film, so its not affected the use in anyway yet, but id like to know if i can get the screen replaced as it does say in the book somewhere that the life of the screen is around 5 years and my was bought the day of release in the UK..

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I also have t-70 that I bought when they were released and I worry about the same thing. Everything that I have been able to find on the internet is that Canon no longer makes replacements and no third party has come forward with one. I went on Ebay and found another t-70 that is in excellent condition for $50.00 to use as a parts donor in case something happens to my original. The only bad thing is that I have been using that one also, I keep that one loaded with B+W and the original loaded with color.

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