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I'm bringing my old, almost unused Canon 700d to Pattaya. The only issue is the LCD screen fades out towards the edges. 

 

It's a minor inconvenience and doesn't affect anything, but I'd like to get a replacement lcd screen if it's not too much expensive. 

Is there a place anyone knows in Pattaya where I can get a replacement screen? Any help is appreciated, thanks. 

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4 hours ago, Mockingbird said:

I'm bringing my old, almost unused Canon 700d to Pattaya. The only issue is the LCD screen fades out towards the edges. 

 

It's a minor inconvenience and doesn't affect anything, but I'd like to get a replacement lcd screen if it's not too much expensive. 

Is there a place anyone knows in Pattaya where I can get a replacement screen? Any help is appreciated, thanks. 

Try Tuccom at Pattaya Tai, there are relatively cheap camera repair shops there and I believe also an original Canon store. 

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2 hours ago, Abracadabra said:

Try Tuccom at Pattaya Tai, there are relatively cheap camera repair shops there and I believe also an original Canon store. 

Thanks! I'll definitely check Tuk Com when I get there. 

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For the LCD screen, try local camera shops or electronics repair spots. They might have replacements or know where to get them.

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You can definitely get it fixed at one of the camera repair shops at TukCom.  I had something similar wrong with my Canon 70D and it took the guy only an hour to fix it.

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