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on the bottom of your camera by the battery theres a little hole sizes of a niddle,get a niddle and stick it in there press down and reset the camera to factory settings ,make sure the camrea is on when you press the reset.please leave a comment,vote,note.thankyou
Hello Mari, The products standard guarranty doesn't cover cracked screens. You have to replace it. Otherwise the black spot will grow and cover all the screen. You can find a replacement screen for Casio Exilim Z80 in this link:
Your LCD is starting to go out. Call their repairs dept to have it fixed. 1-800-706-2534 option 2. Tell them that you have already talked to tech support otherwise they will make you call a bunch of different phone numbers.
My Nikon was having the same problem with the stationary black spot. I used a can of Dust Off ( the original compressed gas duster). I just removed the lens and held the camera upside down (lens facing the floor) and blew my compressed air inside and my black spot disappeared. Just a thought you might like to know !! Good luck.