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Picture screen I bought my Kodak DX7630 about 2 years ago and i really like the camera it takes great pics but now the scrren to which i can review my photos seems to be going out. On the left hand side there are a couple of big white marks and it seems as if the screen is going out and the white marks seem to be getting bigger. They dont show up on pics when i print them or transfer them to my computer but just on the screen.

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  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2008

    Hadent had the camera long, it was just out of warrenty.There are a few scribey yellow lines on the lcd screen,but not on the pictures when developed.

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This is an ongoing screen defact - Contact Kodak for a repair quote.e

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