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Replacing LCD monitor on JVC Camcorder

Just wondering if anyone has an idea on how I can replace the lcd monitor on the camcorder myself without taking it to a repair shop and getting reemed a new one. It got crushed and is soo busted. Just wondering if I ordered a new monitor, could I replace it myself? Thanks, Joanne

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  • dgunde Mar 08, 2009

    I'm goona give it a try on the MG330 with a dropped lcd.



    I guess I'll have to get a otherwise non-functioning one to



    replace it. Haven't seen any lcds only anywhere.

  • dgunde May 11, 2010

    Skatefrench,



    Could you provide more details on this? I took screws out but LCD doesn't wanna come off.

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Ya, i have taken apart a camcorder. The screen is hooked with a ribbon cable that can be unplugged. So you could probably do it yourself. Just keep track of all the little screws etc.

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You can try http://crutchfield.partsearch.com/

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