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I have a problem with my Olympus C-750UZ. I stripped it down and replaced the bios capacitor and display screen. The top cover of the SD card assy came off and a small black spring (approx.16mm long x 1mm O/D fell out. I cannot see where this spring is located. It must have something to do with retaining and releasing the SD card. Can you help? Thanks Bill Erratt

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  • barblessbill Sep 16, 2008

    I have the spring but I cannot work out where it should go. I need some one with Olympus Camedia C7***UZ series camera repair/refurbishment experience to help.

  • barblessbill Sep 17, 2008

    I have now found out from my local camera repair shop that the spring is mounted on a pin which also carries a small latch. This assembly then locates in a groove in the terminal block, and is held in place by the terminal block cover. I was also told that this assembly often shoots out of the groove when the cover is removed, so I carried out a search of my working area and found the pin and latch.

    My Camera is now back in full working order.

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The spring goes on the SD card door. When you look at the SD card door you can see a notch on it where the sping is attached to or locks itself on to. When you put in the door, you have to put in the spring first before attaching the door.

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Sir if you know how to fix your device then the only thing to do is to buy that missing spring. i dont know if that spring is available on some electronic shop but if you cant find one then let the technician help you for they have tools and spare parts. hope that helps sir!


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