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Viewing screen replacement.

It is possible to replace a damaged viewing screen in the NIKON COOLPIX 600? Best Regards to all!

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    I droped my coolpix P90 and opend it.. now i cant get the pieces back in place so i need a service manual
    best regards Niklas from Sweden

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It is possible, but I am unsure of where to get that part as a member of the general public. Nikon does sell that part, but I do not know if they restrict to whom they sell parts. Either take/send the camera to a repair facility to get the screen replaced or try to find the part yourself. Replacing the screen on this camera is not a straight forward operation, although it is not incredibly difficult either. There is potential to damage your camera though, and if you decide to do it watch out for the flash capacitor - it can zap you. David Millier Advance Camera Repair

Posted on Feb 24, 2007

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