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No way anyone can say what is defect. Not even sure the defect was induced while you cracked the screen and became worse during the "repair" or you did make an little error while putting things together. Even in my professional career as a repair engineer, Trying to find an error after a college could not get it fixed complete, were the most difficult jobs.
My best hint for this? start saving for a new camera. Will save you a lot of greef and a lot of time.
My touch screen didn't last being in my pocket, the LCD is fine but the touch screen layer over it was cracked in multiple places. I've returned it to samsung but I'm not sure whether they will cover it under warranty. For a pocket camera not survive being in your pocket is pretty poor. Would definitely not recommend buying one to anyone.
was sat on, so screen has cracked but no broken.
it still takes photos and i can download my pictures onto the computer and the come out perfectly, it's just that i can not view the pictures on the screen properly!
where do i take it to get fixed?
I live in Adelaide, South Australia
I don't know the replacement cost, but I can bet it is nearly the cost of your camera. You might be better to find one on ebay that has a good LCD and transplant it. It may be a little difficult, but not impossible.
There is a display button on most cameras that you can turn the LCD on and off to conserve battery. Some people like to use the viewfinder so this option is put into some cameras. If the display button is pressed before you turn it off it may save the "last known settings" so every time its turned on and off its still in that state. Look for a menu button or a display button see if you can get it to come back up.
Some have a tv out, you could try and plug it into a tv to use as a monitor if it wont come back up. It could be cracked from an impact or the illumination light could be bad. Cracked LCDs are fairly common so thats possible.