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Its Spike,

Ive created this blog for little bits and bobs i dont want on my main blog!

which can be found HERE

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The LCD screen on my camera recently had an accident. And I need a new
one, only the LCD screen, Ive taken the camera apart and its easy to
re-install, I just cannot for love nor money find anywhere that stocks
spare LCD screens for Kodaks.

I don't want to send it away for repair as I know they will just Charge
alot for it!

Ive tried e-bay, jessops and usual stockists, it's a 2.5 inch LCD for a
Kodak V803. Anyone have any ideas?

1st Oct 2007, 10:49  


Spike says:

and Ive just called jessops, who will charge £40 just to send it away for an ESTIMATE.

then the charge on top of that!

damn, I know whats wrong, I(m not paying someone £40 to confirm what I already know!!!

1st Oct 2007, 10:55

seaneeboy says:

Have you tried contacting Kodak direct?

1st Oct 2007, 12:11

Spike NLI says:

yeah, same situation with them, theyll only repair by sending it back to them, which costs shipping, then labout, then parts! total cost approx £60

When the LCD itself costs approx £12, and i can change it myself!

1st Oct 2007, 12:13

see if ebay have one that is broken in another way and get the part that was. ie lense broken or case smashed or things like that?

1st Oct 2007, 15:01

anonymous says:

yeah, thats what im trying to do, most of the e-bay ones are cracked LCD, found one, in america though!

1st Oct 2007, 15:03

any luck?

3rd Oct 2007, 16:01

Bryce(dukkhnter-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

Please reply if you find a source for these. I am on camera #2 because of broken LCD.

12th Oct 2007, 05:40

UxB says:

You'll probably have to resort to a foreign (USA) source... boss has been through a few screens on his PDA and it seems the only reliable sources for screen components are Stateside or Hong Kong :(

16th Oct 2007, 09:14

hildegard says:

You could maybe try calling Morgan's (head office# 020 8575 0055) they recondition a lot of cameras...

16th Oct 2007, 10:19

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