Question about Casio Exilim EX-Z750 Digital Camera
Use an eyeglass screwdriver to remove the back half of the case. (6 screws, 2 screws each on sides and bottom) When you remove it, the ribbon cable for its buttons comes out just by pulling. You now see the LCD (which is fine), its cable connection (lower right), its power connection (two wires on right). Either these wires have come unsoldered (easy to fix without microsoldering capability) or some part of the power supply for the LCD backlight is bad (very hard to fix, you probably need a new motherboard). When you put the case back on, first you have to plug in the ribbon cable - first open the tiny black plug lock out and around to the left, put the cable all the way in, then lock the black part back right and in. Screw the case back on and you're fine.
Posted on May 30, 2007
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