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Broken screen I had the misfortune of finding that my casio em-500 screen had cracked. The device itself still turns on, however, the screen wont respond to the stylus. Is this an easy fix? Any help would be great! thx! ~Regis

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Re: Broken screen

Replacement of the digitizer, if the lcd is still intact. If that is damaged as well...sell it for parts, or get parts from another. The EM500 and E125 share the same lcd/digitizer.

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