Discussion in 'Photography Talk' started by martin-f, Jan 9, 2018.
@martin-f That's how problems get solved ...not the local tip
Modulised circuitry needs specialised repair, Gail, not fingers. I think Martin already knew that, but wanted convinciing that the camera needed a good bashing and then the bin.
@ARMANDII Well i'm totally ...try to help and get your kicked
The screen is attached by ribbon lead which is normally held tightly in place by a sliding retaining clip at the connection point, so I'd guess it's not something simple, as the clip would require moving plus the lead then pulling out of the connection point to become disconnected. If you spent £40 - £50 on a replacement screen, and successfully swapped it, there's always the chance the fault lies elsewhere and you'd have wasted the money that could be put towards a replacement camera. Treat yourself to a new camera.
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