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after taking the picture connect it to the computer and see there if any image or video is available.if yes then your cam's lcd display has problems.either it needs to be repaired or it should be replaced.probably you should have dropped the cam down hard.please take it the nearest service center to get it done since it needs a pro to change it.please do not try to repair it yourself unless you know well, how to do it.i am telling this since the cam needs re-calibration after being opened.
Doubt it. Kodaks are notorious for the lens becoming knocked out of line when dropped. I had an older model that a child knock off a 3 foot high table and it never worked again. Best thing is to find a local repair shop, call in to Kodak for assistance, or look for another camera.
You probably won't find a lcd replacement screen, only Nikon or a camera repair center would be able to get one. If you did find one, you probably wouldn't have the tools to fix it. And if you did have the tools, you won't have the Nikon calibration software to install it. Two options for you, send it to Nikon and spend a fortune fixing it, if you have dropped it, you may have more issues than a cracked screen. I have a friend who fixes cameras.
You can probably find an LCD or a defective camera with a good LCD online for fairly cheap. Don't bother trying to buy the LCD new from a local repair shop or store, if anybody has it they will want far too much money for it.
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The cables connecting the display to the main board of the camera have probably come a bit loose. You can see a similar issue if you plug a computer monitor only half way in to the computer. If you're good with electronics you may be able to just take it apart yourself, and check the wires for the display. If you're not, I suggest you take it to a local repair shop.
The LCD itself may not have problems. If it ain't broken it most probably doesn't have a problem. Most likely the problems you have are given by a faulty connector between the LCD and the camera's mainboard. You should take the camera to a service center to have it checked. Tell them to make an estimate over the repair costs before they actually do something. In this way you will know what prices can you espect over the repair. I'll give about 60% chances that this is a minor defect involving that connector. In this case they will just need to reconnect it back firmly.