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Plug an external monitor into the VGA-output port.
If the black-streak shows up on the external monitor, it's your computer, and maybe the video-adapter, that is the problem.
If there's no black-streak, then it's your LCD-screen that is damaged.
It will cost about $200 for a replacement screen, and about $60 for an hour of a technician's time to open-up your laptop, remove the old screen, install the new screen, close-up your laptop, and to test it.
Or, if your computer is still under warranty, it may be possible to get the repair ($260) done via the warranty.
there is a possibility that it can be repaired IF the object wasn't able to break any internal mechanics. Once that a mechanic was hit, and damaged, the screen will not be the only thing to be replaced but the whole Television itself! Hope that helped, good luck!
Sorry to hear about the screen on your Sansa E250 MP3 player. It sounds like the Liquid Crystal Display screen has broken. It's possible that the damage is repairable but to be honest due to the high cost of electronic repair it may not actually be cost effective to do so.
You can contact SanDisk to get service information. They can give you a basic idea of what it would cost to get an estimate on repairs and the average cost. Their webite is http://www.sandisk.com.
problem is, that nobody that i know of makes a replacement screen for that camera. This means it is an OEM part (original equipment manufacturer) and so Canon is the only place to go for it. If that's the price they charge to fix it, then thats your only option. (as of now, sometimes people start making aftermarket parts for electronics, but digital cameras are usually easier to replace than repair.)