Question about Olympus FE-220 Digital Camera
I sounds like coincidently something in the camera failed. I doubt very much that simply pulling the power from the camera would cause damage.
In anycase, if you were to open the camera, you would see that all the circuit boards are high density multi-layered boards. Some of these boards are flexable boards that are built up on a strip of mylar with embeded components. These are not able to be serviced. The camera is normaly serviced by circuit board and mechanical parts changing.
Speaking about a fuse, if you ever saw a surface mount fuse, some of these are about 0.8 mm to 1.5 mm long by about 0.6 to about 1 mm wide. There are no lead wires on these parts. They are directly surface soldered to the board. There could be hundreds or maybe thousands of parts on these boards that are in this size range. Many of these boards are in multy layers with parts like this on both sides. Some of the IC's and devices have surface lead contacts that are spaced 1/50 to 1/100 inch apart depending on the device specs.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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