Einleitung

This guide will show you how to remove the LCD screen off the Casio Camera.

  1. Remove the two screws on the side of the speakers with the Phillips 00 Screwdriver, on the portion of the camera that is a part of the back casing.
    • Remove the two screws on the side of the speakers with the Phillips 00 Screwdriver, on the portion of the camera that is a part of the back casing.

    • Label screws (where they came from and what step) and set aside in the sorting tray.

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  2. Remove the two back screws on the bottom of the camera on the same side as the LCD screen.
    • Remove the two back screws on the bottom of the camera on the same side as the LCD screen.

    • Note: The bottom screws are longer than the top ones, so label the screws accordingly for ease in reassembly. (See attached picture.)

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    • Remove the screws on the opposite of the speakers.

    • Label the screws accordingly and add to the sorting tray.

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    • Once all screws have been removed, gently pry open the bottom casing.

    • Use the tweezers to carefully remove the ribbon from the LCD screen- NOT from the back casing itself.

    • Set the bottom casing aside.

    • Navigation button may fall out so be cautious of this and set aside if needed.

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    • Use the tweezers to pry the LCD screen off from the openings. There are 5 spots that the tweezers can go in to pry the LCD screen off (see attached pictures).

    • There is a ribbon attached to the screen. Be sure not to pull this ribbon off the screen.

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    • Use the tweezers to lift up the LCD screen.

    • Grab the LCD screen with the index finger and thumb, leave the ribbon attached to the screen and leave it on the side.

    • Be sure to be very gentle with the LCD screen.

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    • Under the LCD screen you will see an LCD casing. You will want to GENTLY pry this off using the tweezers.

    • The casing may possibly be attached to the LCD screen. If so, leave it attached to the screen.

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    • Use the tweezers to flip open the connectors holding the ribbon.

    • Pull out the LCD screen with the ribbon from the camera.

    • THIS STEP IS WHEN WHERE YOU SHOULD USE CAUTION AND BE VERY GENTLE!

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    • Your LCD screen is now detached.

    • Locate the replacement screen that you will now attach.

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    • Reconnect the LCD ribbon to the connectors and flip back down.

    • Ribbon should be inserted straight in and to the right side.

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    • Reattach the LCD casing.

    • Flip it back into place.

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    • Make sure the LCD screen is firmly connected to the camera.

    • Slightly push the LCD screen down with one finger until you hear a click.

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    • Reattach the back casing as well as the small ribbon with it to the camera body.

    • Be carefully reattaching the case. Using both hands might help.

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    • Locate the labeled screws from Step 2-on the bottom of the camera.

    • These are the longer screws. Screw them back in.

    • The picture shown does not show the right screw removed and ready to be replaced due to an issue with this specific camera.

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    • Locate the labeled screws from Step 1 and Step 3-on the side of the camera.

    • These are the shorter screws. Screw them back in.

    • Congratulations! Your camera has been reassembled.

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Abschluss

By now you should have been able to get your Casio Exilim EX-Z850 camera's LCD screen functioning.

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