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LCD has green tint on white areas

I think that this may be the result of carrying the camera in backpack and it receiving some impact. the white things seem to have a purpleish tint and some things have like a greenish tinted bar that runs to the left of the screen. the video output seems to be normal . . . is this worth fixing? if so what can i expect to pay? thanks in advance! Alex

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JVC list on this part is 114.00 (jvcservice.com). Labor is up for grabs. Anywhere from $45 to $120. It all depends on the shop. Could be time to look around for something new. Good luck, magic seadog

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