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Cracked LCD I cracked my LCD Screen when it was dropped so now you cant see the pic being taken?

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Hi, we are wholesaler and retailer for camera repair parts. for us you could visit www.think-tec.com

if you want to buy a new lcd screen, you could contact us by email at judy@think-tec.com and tell us your camera model No..

Hope it is for your help.

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