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Step 8 has screws(S6) that go nowhere are they required at this step?

Step 8 has you screwing 4 (S6) screws into the "back" of board (A), but they aren't screwing two pieces together. Are the 4 screws required at this step?

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If these are on back panels they stop the back bowing out.

FWIW, I use adhesive on flat pack assembly as well as screws and nails/

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How do I repair the USB PORT on a ACER ICONIA B1.


Step 1 - Back Case

  • To start, gently separate one corner of the case using the black spudger.

Step 2

  • Once you have successfully pried the spudger in between the front case and back case, continue do so around the entire tablet until the back case is completely disconnected.

Step 3 - Battery

  • Remove the 5mm screws that are securing the battery to the rest of the tablet.
    • Use the Phillips #00 Screwdriver to remove the 5mm screws.

Step 4

  • Use the sharper end of the spudger to disconnect the battery from the mother board.
    • The battery connector will slide off.

Step 5 - USB Port

  • After setting aside the battery, remove the two 5mm screws holding the metal plate over the USB port.

Step 6

  • Find and remove the silver 5mm screw holding down the metal cover opposite the USB port.

Step 7

  • Disconnect the blue cable by gently lifting the flap.
  • Remove the indicated 2mm screw holding the speaker in place.

Step 8

  • Pull up the metal panel just enough to allow access, then remove the USB port.

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Solution for nikon "lens Cover Error"


Nikon Coolpix S5/S6 “LENS COVER ERROR”
 
In this document I have given a solution to fix the problem most of the Nikon coolpix S5/S6 cameras face. At power –on it give an error “Lens Cover Error”
 
Before opening the camera I would suggest you to take a snap of each and every step. Because it will helpful while you are fixing the screws back. There are many screws which has to be opened. So better take a photo of each and every step.
 
IMP NOTE: Remove the battery before opening the camera. Use some antistatic strip to prevent the components from getting damaged Or Keep your feet touched to the floor such that your body remains grounded.
 
Follow the below steps in the given order:
 
Step 1> Remove the screws at the bottom of camera
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Step 2>Remove the side screws
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Step 3> Remove the side screws as given below .
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Step 4>Lift the cover and remove the cables which connects the switches to the camera. These cables are fitted in a small connector. There is a tiny lock (present for few connectors)  on the connector, which on pulling it across its hinges, will open and the cable comes out easily. You need not pull it forcefully.
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Step 5> Remove the screw as shown below
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Step 6> Lift the screen as shown below.
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Step 7> Remove the cables and screws as shown below.
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Step 8> Lift the screen panel as given below.
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Step 9>
Remove cables as shown below.
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Step 10>
Remove the cables as given below.
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Step 11> Remove cables.
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Step 12> Remove cables
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Step 13> Remove the 4 wires using a soldering iron.
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Step 14>
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Step 15> Removing at this stage is a bit difficult. You will have to open it cleverly. Lift it from the side as shown below.
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Step 16>
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Step 17>Below figure shows the lens cover and the stepper motor which controls the lens civer.
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Step 18> To remove the stepper motor remove the screws as given below.
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Step 19> Below figure shows the stepper motor used for lens cover
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Step 20> Below figure shows the stepper motor which is used to control the lens cover. There is a small white switch on this motor. This Switch is used by the camera to detect whether the camera lens cover has is open or closed. When we switch on the camera the lens cover (which is shown in step 17) opens and in turn it presses the white switch show below. If the lens cover is unable to press this switch, then the error “Lens cover Error” flashes on the camera.
I would suggest 3 different ways to solve this problem.
1>     Fix some glue on the white switch shown in the below figure, such that it remains pressed forever. Because of this, camera will never give the error message. Remove the lens cover (which is shown in step 17) forever. You don’t  need it anymore. Now fix the below stepper motor back in the camera and follow the steps in the reverse order to fix the camera components.
2>     Buy a new stepper motor from the market. Its quite cheap. Fix it back in the camera. Here you need not remove the lens cover. Follow the steps in the reverse order to fix the camera.
3>     In this method you can open the stepper motor to fix the problem. Now follow the steps given below.
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Step 21>
Remove the screws as shown below.
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Step 22> Remove the gears one-by-one. See the placements because you have place them again in the right order.
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Step 23>
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Step 24> The gear shown below is the culprit. Remove it. There is a tension spring present inside this gear. Do remember the position of this gear before removing this gear. Its placement is very important.
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Step 25> The spring is shown below.
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Step 26> Now the switch shown in step 20 does not get pressed because of reduced tension of the spring. Increase the tension of this spring by pulling it in opposite direction. Place the spring back in the gear and follow the steps in the reverse order to solve the problem. Now because of increased tension of the spring, the lens cover will be able to Press the switch shown in fig 20.
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Happy debugging
Mukesh

























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Code5700


An error occurred in the

ASF cam sensor (during

paper feeding from the
rear tray).

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I have 7 blinking red lights. It just started out of nowhere. What is wrong and how do i fix it.


Ok I have the same issue. First step is to get the "Technical Guide http://www.retrevo.com/support/Panasonic-TH-42PZ700-TVs-manual/id/2915bh929/t/2/

Then take the back off of the TV... lots of screws.... Seven blink step by step guide isolation is in the manual.... Once you isolate the specific board ... Google the board number on ebay... some folks will repair for $100 or so...

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I lost the sensitivity because of some moisture formed inside the screen.. How much it costs to replace the screen?


Hi,before replacing the screen,why don't you dry out the LCD screen to get rid of the moisture,you can use a hand dryer to dry out the moisture of the screen after taking it out.If after drying the screen the problem remains,then you can go ahead to get a new screen.
Here is a detailed step on how to dissassemble your P1i;
STEP 1 Tools required: Torx 6 screwdriver, Phillips size 0 screwdriver
  • First remove the battery cover, battery, memory card and stylus. Remove the three screws you see
STEP 2 Run your fingernail around the join of the back cover and then pry the back cover off
STEP 3 Now remove the two screws you can see at the top of the phone
STEP 4
  • Now run your fingernail along the join of the front cover and you'll hear the clips, which hold the cover on, click. The front cover is on quite tight so use some force to pry the cover off
STEP 5 Remove the keypad and lift the part underneath from right to left, this will reveal two more screws. Remove these screws
STEP 6 Remove the metal plate that the screws were holding in place and you now have access to the ribbon which attaches the screen to the circuit board
STEP 7
  • Detach the ribbon to remove the LCD screen. The ribbon attaches like a plug and socket. Simply lift the ribbon up away from the circuit board to detach it
STEP 8 You have now removed the LCD screen then you dry, Reverse the whole process to reassemble. However,the LCD screen costs $92.if you have the reason to purchase it.
Thanks and take care

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Lens scratched on lg shine , how do i replace


Visit this web page for a picture guide to repair your screen. http://tiny.cc/YaTay

Directions to repair the screen on an LG Shine:

Step 1. Take off back cover and remove battery and SIM card.
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Step 2. Remove the six screws holding on the back cover.
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Step 3. Get a thin piece of metal and pry off back piece of the main phone unit.
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Step 4. Once you get the back piece off you can see a green unit at the top of phone. This is the camera, all you do is pull on it and it should un-clip.
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Step 5. Once the camera is removed you can see 4 more screws, unscrew these.
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Step 6. Now that the screws are out you can pull off the main board. The first thing you need to do is un-clip the black ribbon that is at the top. Then you have to un-clip the clip on all four corners, after you do this the main board will come out.
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Step 7. Now That you have that off there are 2 screws on the back that you must unscrew.
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Step 8. With the screws gone you can now pull the slider away from the piece that has the number pad on it.
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Step 9. On the back of the slider there are 6 screw you must unscrew. The Two screws at the top have small black circles glued on-top of them. Just wedge something under the black peices and they will come off.
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Step 10. Now that the screws are out you can pry off the plastic LCD screen cover from the metal slider piece.
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Step 11. After the LCD screen cover is gone you must unscrew 2 screws to the left and right of the joystick. After you remove the screws the joystick cover comes off.
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Step 12. Now that you have the cover off you need to turn the plate where the joystick is on over and pull out of the LCD screen clip.

Step 13. After you do this you can now put in the replacement and put the phone back together.

If this information was helpful, please give me a big thumbs-up when you rate my answer. Thank you.

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Replace laptop screen


STEP 1.:-Turn off the laptop and remove the battery.There are no screws securing the screen bezel. Start separating the screen bezel from the display cover with your fingers.
STEP 2.:-Continue removing the screen bezel on the top.
STEP 3.:Remove bezel from the hinges.
STEP 4.The screen bezel has been removed.
STEP 5.:Remove six screws securing the LCD screen assembly.
STEP 6.:-Separate LCD screen assembly from the display cover.
STEP 7.:-Place the LCD screen assembly face down on the keyboard. Now you can access the back side of the screen and disconnect cables.
STEP 8.:-Disconnect the video cable connector from the LCD screen controller board.
STEP 9.:-Parts of the video cable could be glued to the screen. Unglue the cable.
STEP 10.:-Disconnect cable from the inverter board.
STEP 11.Remove the LCD screen assembly.If you are replacing the LCD screen you’ll have to transfer mounting brackets from the old screen to a new one.


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Canon printer pixma mp780 makes repeated clicking noise but will not work. Shows ##356 on LCDisplay


This is the Automatic Sheet Feeder [ASF] Cam Sensor Error

Movement may cause the plastic guide to move away from the chassis which causes the gears not to rotate properly causing a grinding noise and 5 alternating blinks (SFP) or ##356 (MFP) - ASF Cam Sensor Error.


Remedy: Adjust the Screws & Main Case Unit

Step 1: Remove the Left & Right Covers and the Main Case Unit (main cover).
Step 2: Remove the 4 mounting screws from the Chassis.
Step 3: Remove the Main Unit from the Bottom Case.
Step 4: Turn the Main Unit over (upside down) and place on work surface.
Step 5: Inspect the ASF section of the Main Unit for a gap between the white plastic guide and the Chassis. The size of the gap varies. Even if the gap is not visible, complete the steps below.

Step 6: Disconnect the appropriate cables and remove the Logic Board from the Chassis.
Step 7: Loosen but DO NOT remove the 4 mounting screws which can be located behind the logic board on the Chassis.
Step 8: Reseat the white plastic guide so it sits flush against the Chassis. The tip of the white plastic guide should sit slightly inside the mounting screw hole. When seated correctly, the gap will no longer be present.
Step 9: Tighten the 4 mounting screws without causing the plastic guide to shift.
Step 10: Reassemble the printer and retest.

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MP520 ERROR 5700


5700 is a ASF cam error most likely. Here the Canon proceedure for fixing it!
DESCRIPTION: 5 Alternating Blinks (SFP) / ##356 (MFP) - ASF Cam Sensor Error
SOLUTION(S): Adjust the Screws & Main Case Unit
Movement (i.e. from shipping) may cause the plastic guide to move away from the chassis. When this
occurs, the gears cannot rotate properly causing a grinding noise and 5 alternating blinks (SFP) or ##356
(MFP) - ASF Cam Sensor Error.
Procedures
Step 1: Remove the Left and Right Covers and the Main Case Unit (main cover).
Step 2: Remove the 4 mounting screws from the Chassis.
Step 3: Remove the Main Unit from the Bottom Case.
Step 4: Turn the Main Unit over (upside down) and place on work surface.
Step 5: Inspect the ASF section of the Main Unit for a gap between the white plastic guide and the Chassis.
Note: The size of the gap varies. Even if the gap is not visible, complete the steps
below.
Step 6: Disconnect the appropriate cables and remove the Logic Board from the Chassis.
Step 7: Loosen (do not remove) the 4 mounting screws (the mounting screws can be found behind the
logic board) on the Chassis.
Step 8: Re-seat the white plastic guide so it sits flush against the Chassis. The tip of the white plastic
guide should sit slightly inside the
mounting screw hole. When seated correctly, the gap will no longer be present.
Step 9: Tighten the 4 mounting screws without
causing the plastic guide to shift.
Step 10: Reassemble the printer and retest.

hope this helps

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Detailed instructions on how to replace the LCD on LG Shine CU720


Step 1. Take off back cover and remove battery and sim card. Step 2. Remove the six screws holding on the back cover Step 3. Get a thin piece of metal and pry off back piece of the main phone unit Step 4. Once you get the back piece off you can see a green unit at the top of phone. This is the camera, all you do is pull on it and it should unclip Step 5. Once the camera is removed you can see 4 more screws, unscrew these Step 6. Now that the screws are out you can pull off the main board. The first thing you need to do is unclip the black ribbon that is at the top. Then you have to unlip the clip on all four corners, after you do this the main board will come out. Step 7. Now That you have that off there are 2 screws on the back thats you must unscrew. Step 8. With the screws gone you can now pull the slider away from the piece that has the number pad on it. Step 9. On the back of the slider there are 6 screw you must unscrew. The Two screws at the top have small black circles glued on-top of them. Just wedge something under the black peices and they will come off Step 10. Now that the screws are out you can pry off the plastic LCD screen cover from the metal slider piece. Step 11. After the LCD screen cover is gone you must unscrew 2 screws to the left and right of the joystick. After you remove the screws the joystick cover comes off. Step 12. Now that you have the cover off you need to turn the plate where the joystick is on over and pull out of the LCD screen clip Step 13. After you do this you can now put in the replacement and put the phone back together GOOD LUCK

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