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Hi Bruce !
 
If you complete this repair yourself, you should upload a guide and share your fix! I did some digging and found a few resources for your repair...
 
It looks like the replacement glass is fairly inexpensive. Check out the ones I found [https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=canon+50d+lcd+glass+replacement&tbm=shop|here.]
 
You can also follow [guide|5042|this guide] or the technique [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYBXkqvayqc|this person used] to replace the glass. Looks like all you'll need is a suction cup, prying tool, and possibly [product|IF145-198-4|some heat from something like an iOpener or heat gun] to help soften the adhesive on the cracked glass. But don't use too much heat! You wouldn't want to damage the LCD beneath the glass.
You can also follow [guide|5042|this guide] or the technique [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYBXkqvayqc|this person used] to replace the glass. Looks like all you'll need is a suction cup, prying tool, and possibly [product|IF145-198-4|some heat from something like an iOpener or heat gun] to help soften the adhesive on the cracked glass. But don't use too much heat! You wouldn't want to damage the LCD beneath the glass.
 
Hope this helps!
 
-Kelsea

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Edit by: Kelsea Weber ,

Text:

Hi Bruce !
 
We don't have guides for the Canon 50D, but ifIf you complete this repair yourselfyourself, you should upload a guide and share your fix! I did some digging and found a few resources for your repair...
We don't have guides for the Canon 50D, but ifIf you complete this repair yourselfyourself, you should upload a guide and share your fix! I did some digging and found a few resources for your repair...
 
It looks like the replacement glass is fairly inexpensive. Check out the ones I found [https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=canon+50d+lcd+glass+replacement&tbm=shop|here.]
 
You can also follow [guide|5042|this guide] or the technique [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYBXkqvayqc|this person used] to replace the glass. Looks like all you'll need is a suction cup, prying tool, and possibly [product|IF145-198-4| someproduct|IF145-198-4|some heat from something like an iOpener or heat gun] to help soften the adhesive on the cracked glass.
You can also follow [guide|5042|this guide] or the technique [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYBXkqvayqc|this person used] to replace the glass. Looks like all you'll need is a suction cup, prying tool, and possibly [product|IF145-198-4| someproduct|IF145-198-4|some heat from something like an iOpener or heat gun] to help soften the adhesive on the cracked glass.
 
Hope this helps!
 
-Kelsea

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Edit by: Kelsea Weber ,

Text:

Hi Bruce !
 
We don't have guides for the Canon 50D, but if you complete this repair yourself you should upload a guide and share your fix! I did some digging and found a few resources for your repair...
 
It looks like the replacement glass is fairly inexpensive. Check out the ones I found [https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=canon+50d+lcd+glass+replacement&tbm=shop|here.]
 
You can also follow [guide|5042|this guide] or the technique [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYBXkqvayqc|this person used] to replace the glass. Looks like all you'll need is a suction cup, prying tool, and possibly[product|IF145-198-4|somepossibly [product|IF145-198-4| some heat from something like an iOpener or heat gun] to help soften the adhesive on the cracked glass.
You can also follow [guide|5042|this guide] or the technique [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYBXkqvayqc|this person used] to replace the glass. Looks like all you'll need is a suction cup, prying tool, and possibly[product|IF145-198-4|somepossibly [product|IF145-198-4| some heat from something like an iOpener or heat gun] to help soften the adhesive on the cracked glass.
 
Hope this helps!
 
-Kelsea

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Original post by: Kelsea Weber ,

Text:

Hi Bruce !

We don't have guides for the Canon 50D, but if you complete this repair yourself you should upload a guide and share your fix! I did some digging and found a few resources for your repair...

It looks like the replacement glass is fairly inexpensive. Check out the ones I found [https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=canon+50d+lcd+glass+replacement&tbm=shop|here.]

You can also follow [guide|5042|this guide] or the technique [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYBXkqvayqc|this person used] to replace the glass.  Looks like all you'll need is a suction cup, prying tool, and possibly[product|IF145-198-4|some heat from something like an iOpener or heat gun] to help soften the adhesive on the cracked glass.

Hope this helps!

-Kelsea

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