09-16-2016 08:04 AM - edited 09-16-2016 08:15 AM
After researching on the net, it seems quite a few people have issue with dust in the LCD unit. This a simple procedure to clean something that's dirty with no parts to buy. It has nothing to do with the camera unit itself. Even if someone were to damage the LCD unit, cables, backing or plastic cover, all the parts can be replaced for under $50. Hardly close to the $190 canon is charging. If you're out of warranty or bought a unit used, this is an easy $0 fix. I rest my case.
09-16-2016 08:34 AM
If you have no experience at making repairs to electronic devices, then I would strongly advise against making your first attempt with your DSLR. Nothing is ever as simple as it seems. ...
Yeah, but how many people in this forum have never repaired an electronic device? Back in the old days, I believe you're old enough to recall, we used to build our own.
I think most of the people in this forum have never repaired an electronic device. It is likely that most of the regulars have done so, but the regulars are not the "most of the people" on this forum.