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EOS M50 Screen Repair

ozipin
Apprentice

So my eos M50 suffered a hard crash returning home from an outdoor shoot and my LCD screen went black. Theres no observable fractures. Id be really happy to try to fix it or get it fixed. Im curious if i can open it up and repair it? Or if anyone has had a similar thing happen and can recommend a repair video or give some guidance to their experience with Canon repairs thru canon?

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shadowsports
Legend
Legend

My recommendation is always let Canon perform repairs.  They have the knowledge, parts, expertise, etc.

Repair estimates are free.

Given the M series is dead end, I'd see what they say and decide if it's worth repairing.

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~Rick
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ebiggs1
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I agree with Rick. Maybe time to get a new upgraded camera. You have a good reason to now. IMHO, don't buy a new M series either. It is a dead end.

EB
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