Question about Fuji FinePix S20 Pro Digital Camera
I reckon that your previously installed batterries may have leaked and dribbled along the flexible PCB to the mainboard and got into that connection, which controls the power on/off. What can you do? If you have experience of this sort of repair, you could clean out this minute connection, after removing the Flexi PCB very carefully and making sure you do not break the small clip you have to flip up,.... with a solution of Bicarb and water, and also clean the end of the FPCB taking care not to over bend it as it can very easily break the track on the FPCB... letting it completely dry before re-assembly...other than that, perhaps use the camera as a book end. Regards...Dennis
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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