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Kodak C330 screen looks like it is broken on the inside. When turned on screen has black with color spots in it. Camera will not take pictures now. Can I fix this myself?

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    Thanks. I was hoping for a cheaper solution, but figured I probably would need a new camera.

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From the description you have given, the camera was dropped. Generally, for a camera in the $100 price range, it is cheaper to replace it than repair it.

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