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Re: canon A75 LCD Panel cracked
If you're willing to take the risk of tearing thin flexible circuits and are familiar with electronics, you can do it yourself. A new LCD is $55 and labor for us to install is $45. http://www.crystalcamera.com
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You will need to obtain a replacement panel. I recommend shopjimmy.com they stock parts for many units. You may be able to find one on ebay also. I see them available there from time to time with issues like no power or audio issues. The set's are fairly modular on the inside so you could possibly take the power supply from your unit and fix another one to use
Sounds like it could be cracked glass or a dirty lens. if its a cracked lens take it to a repair shop or buy new. if its a dirty lens whew! you saved some money just clean it off good luck please rate,
Possibly the same problem I just had with my A75 (and shared with another post here).
the LCD are two buttons (versus four on the A70). The button
on the left is the Print/Share button, which is new to the A75,
while the display button (DISP.) toggles the LCD and what's shown on
it on and off.
I know some canon LCDs can be replaced by the user. Canon will sell you the specific part or you can find them on ebay. The LCD ribbon cable can be easily pulled out and with a little fiddling a new one can be put in. I have not personally done it with at ixus i7. When I did it it cost like $45. Goodluck!
Well yes, you can. If you are comfortable with working with small circuits etc.
You will need to contact Canon to get an LCD from them. I don't know the part number off hand. Simply ask for an LCD for your model. The price will be in the neighbourhood of $80.00.
An easier way is to find a Canon authorized repair shop in your area and take it to them. They of course will charge you for their time as well as their time. But you will bet a guarantee, usually six months.