When you lift up the back you need to disengage the ribbons and wires. There are clips the lock it in place then it pulls out.. Once you flip it all the way over the piece comes apart. You will need to also unscrew the ground wire. I'm still working on taking apart the mechanism underneath. Seems tricky.
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Disconnect your printer from the power source. Wait 20 or so minutes and then re-connect. See if there is an error message on your printer.
How old is the printer? Clean the place where you install the sd card with 70% rubbing alcohol.
Screens for the Z1275 can be found on Ebay for as little as $20 w/shipping. The rear case of the camera is held in place with 5 screws, one of which is under the left side panel (looking from the rear). Make sure the battery and SD card are removed before starting. Remove the right side panel by removing the two black screws and by opening the battery door it will help give you access to lift it away. Remove one chrome screw on the bottom back and one black screw the bottom left holding the left side panel in place. Slide the left side panel downward and remove the last screw underneath. The rear case is now held in place by several snap-fit points around the edge. Using a small nylon pry tool, strong fingernail, or a small flat screwdriver, work your way around the case and carefully pry the sides and bottom enough to release the rear case. Once the back is removed you can release the LCD from its frame by gently prying the frame around the LCD and lifting it up to gain access to the ribbon cables attaching it to the circuit board. The larger cable is held in place by a locking bar on the socket that has to be lifted to release it. Using care not to break it, pry the bar up so that it pivots 90 degrees. The smaller cable uses a slider that can be released by pushing the two tabs on either side of the socket toward the cable until it stops (only a millimeter or two). At this point the cables should slide out quite easily. Reverse the procedure to install the replacement LCD.
remove all straps and battery. remove the 6.1 side plate there are 2 screws under plate 3 on bottom 1 in usb 1 above lcd . remove usb housing . gently pull up on bottom by dock adapter to clear plug then cover should pull off . then remove lcd gently remove clasp that hold lcd ribon . under lcd there is three screws pop flash up slide housing off . battery door must be open to remove rear housing.
I had same problem.I got a new camera but wife likes this one.Decided I would try to fix.there are 9 very small phillips screws around sides and on the bottom of case .you need very small jewlers type screw driver.Some are longer tha others so draw a picture so you can get them all back in correct places.after removing all screws spread the body at the bottom top has small pivot connectors that will open when body is ****.the front and back are now connected by two small cables ,these donot have to be disconnected.the dial on top is made up of two disks and a small spring held together by another small screw .remove screw and look for any thing that is binding ,mine was a piece of worn plastic .I removed and saw how the pieces went back together.I added alittle grease to spring sides reassembled camera put back batteries and mem.card had to reset date ,but now back working like new .Hope this helps.
Ok, this is what I found when I finally broke down and decided to take it apart.There is a bar with two cams on either side of it that are used to engage the print head to the paper.The smaller cam on the bar has cracked and no longer pushes the print head down on that side of the paper, causing the half picture.What I did was remove the cam from the bar, glue it back together, then wrapped it tight with thread (only one layer, there is a clearance issue), and put epoxy around the thread(to help reinforce the cam).Once the epoxy had cured, I reinstalled the cam to the bar.The cam did crack again, but the thread and epoxy held it tight to the bar.After reinstalling the bar and putting the rest of the printer back together, I crossed my fingers and tried to print a picture.Tada!!It worked!!I have since printed a few more and have not had a problem yet.It may only be a temporary fix, and nothing could be better then the original replacement part (if you know where to get it), but this has worked for me.Good luck and be patient.
Remove batteries and memcard.
Remove 8 screws, the screws on the bottom are smaller than the side screws.
Rear cover will slide off, watch out for loose LCD screen.
Two protruding slots on the bottom hold the battery cover hinges.
Hold battery cover wide open and at an angle to snap hinges into place.
Reinstall rear cover and screws.