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Coolpix s1 my screen is cracked and now can only see half of screen is this fixable

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No, I believe that screens are made of glass or plastic. If its broke, its broke. If you can see half, at least you can kind of frame shots. Then you can put them on your computer, as the screen will not affect this (unless whatever cracked the screen wrecked the photo-taking mechanism).

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