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The LCD is fading and if you run your finger across the surface you can make portions appear.

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The LCD display needs to be replaced. The unit may be available on EBay.

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The fading (flare) you see could simply be a finger smudge or other stuff. One little scratch won't do it, you'd have to take sandpaper to the lens to see obvious flare.

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