Top info LCD glass replacement procedure?

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by robert_bouknight|1, Aug 11, 2022.

  1. Last year I bought a D800 that works very well, but had a cracked top LCD glass due to poor packing by previous owner. Too bad.

    I don't know if Nikon would replace the glass due to camera age, I am too cheap to find out. Bought a "replacement" from a US parts seller, it is plastic and does not fit well. Had no luck getting it to stay down.

    Just received what appears to be an OE glass lens that has a black perimeter at least on one side (I have not removed the protective film on both sides of the glass yet). Also the kit came with a gasket with adhesive on both sides.

    I am thinking it would be best to put the adhesive down on/in the body, then put the glass on? I have the channel in the body cleaned out fairly well.

    Anyone had success with this?
  2. There are a few videos on YouTube. Here are two links: Link1, Link2. Hope this can help. Good luck. :)
  3. Thank you! I forgot to search first.
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