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 Post subject: FUJIFILM Broken Screen
PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2010 11:47 am 
dear All, i broke my camara LCD panel i wish to replace it but i cant access the part number and i have failed to order one online. i checked our local market and i could't find one please help. find the camera details below

camera make:FUJIFILM
model: FinePix S9600

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PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2010 12:01 pm 
In the past I have seen LCD screens and complete service manuals being offered on eBay. Can't hurt to check if they're still being offered.

When in doubt..... Press the shutter.

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This isnt the right forum to place, youve to call Fuji


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 22, 2010 6:08 pm 
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Naslicer, you did indeed post this in a wrong section, since it is in no way related to user reviews. I've moved your thread to the appropriate section.

There's two options for your LCD-problem:
1) You still have warranty >> contact Fujifilm and you'll have to send it to them for repair.
2) You don't have warranty anymore >> you could try to find a replacement panel on eBay, which you'd have to put in place yourself or you'd have to have it done by someone, which will cost quite a bit of money. Getting a new camera in this case might be the easiest solution.

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