Question about Casio Exilim EX-Z750 Digital Camera
I did the same, I got a replacement as-is camera on ebay with a functioning display (its lens was out). It was fiddly, but you need to go in from the display side of the camera (ignore the lens) and you likely just need outside half of the display - take note of a couple of places where the connection ribbons attach as you detach - in each case there is a black plastic bar that rotates to unlock and lock the ribbon. You can get away with just swapping the outside half of the display (leaving the 'white' back half inplace) and so avoid any soldering - just the ribbon insertions. I.e. the part I swapped was the outside half of the display (you need to lift some black edge tapes to do this) with the ribbon that comes out of the bottom edge. You need to unscrew the metal panel the display sits in so you can deal with the ribbon. I've never done anything like this before, I used the as-is camera to figure out what went where and played around until knew what i had to do. On reattaching, if the screen is white it means the bottom edge ribbon is no attached right - remember to use the black 'locker bar' on reattaching to unlock for insertion and then lock again and take care on reassembling not to pull it out. The outside frame also has a ribbon to attach in a similar way but it is easier to connect.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
Yes you have to disasimble the camera and remove the lens first. but it is fairly easy.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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