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Lcd display must be replaced

Seems like a simple process to replace. Removing all screws and gently opening the case. Setting new screen and ribbon cable.

Are there hidden dangers and/or difficulties?

Is this diagrammed any where?

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    Henry Hill May 26, 2010

    Thanks, this was a very quick answer.



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LCD replacement is easy and no hidden danger involve, process is just like as you mentioned.
Service Manual of Casio EX-Z750 has exploded views and disassemble procedure with other technical details and you can download copy from HERE for small fee if you need that.
Hope these info will help you.

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1) Remove battery and memory card. And touch something metal to remove any static charge.

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