I have had an E-PL2 for a couple years and been fairly happy with it. On Friday I'd done some shooting in the morning, at the Tesla factory in Fremont, and then in the afternoon went to do some other shooting elsewhere. But the LCD screen wouldn't show anything whereas in the morning it had been fine. Behavior :- Camera turns on as normal, power light shows, can hear motors whirring, and the LCD changes the shade of black it has. But nothing is shown. Pressing buttons like the Menu button doesn't change behavior. It shoots pictures okay verified with a couple test shots. Called Olympus Repair and they want $110 or so ... and the guy on the phone suggested it might be a loose cable. What I'm wondering is whether it's possible to DIY the repair. But some yahoogling didn't turn up any instructions on getting into the innards. I've tried removing the screws holding down the outside faces of the camera body. But have been unable to get very far - the rear face doesn't want to budge very far, and is integral with the top which I can't find a way to remove. I got the front part off, however. But that just reveals an inner body, which has more screws. Maybe someone has done this?