OK - just a very small question. On the S2 Pro, there is a little plastic cover which clips over the LCD (for viewing photos taken). I know that this thing is going to fall off and get lost any day now, and wanted to know if anyone had some way of not losing this part.
I know it should really be on some type of hinge, but was thinking of glueing some thread on it and attaching it to the camera body.
Has anyone come up with some clever way of keeping this thing safe?
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I notice in your photo a small dot in the top lh corner
if there are 3 matching dots in the other corners, I am thinking that they are plastic covers for the screws underneath
if that is the case gently pry the covers off as they will clip over a retainer or the head of the screw
I have just did this here is the solution for you:
Philips screw driver
Small Flat screwdriver
Make sure your desk is clean and you also need a piece of soft clothes because you need
to place your LCD Monitor face down.
How to open the back cover:
First, remove all screws on the back cover, then, use a small flat head screw driver to
the plastic Clip inside the LCD Monitor star at the bottom of monitor. Then you can easily
separate the front bezel and back cover like the photos shown below.
Backlight Inverter Installation Procedures for Dell W1700
Place the Monitor
Push This Plastic Button
Down and Remove
Swivel Base as shown
on Next Photo
Star at the bottom of monitor as
shown on photo.
Use a small flat head screw drive
to push down the plastic clip.
Do it one side at the time as
shown on next 2 photos
When you have unlocked all 4 sides of plastic clips, Place the monitor face down again
as shown on photo
left side of
Disconnect this cable and
remove back cover
screws and Pull
out this small
cable and remove
Remove these screws
on the both side of
Slowly tilt upward the chassis and disconnect the flat cable
between Chassis and Panel As shown on next 2 photos.
Holding the chassis upward and
Use small flat head screw drive
to unlock this plastic clip
Slowly pull it out
Remove defective inverter board and replace with our New Substitute Board
(T501045.00MSS) and re-install all disassembly components back. Now your LCD
Monitor working again.
MoniServ Substitute Board is available at
Backlight Inverter board.
Photo Shown with our Substitute Board
Sunbeam 2366 stand mixer -- Front view: mixer-0-small.JPG -- -- image of the "beater clip": mixer-1-small.JPG -- notice the wear on the plastic clip -- -- image of the "modified" beater: mixer-2-small.JPG - I took a paper clip an wound very tightly to the smallest diameter (notice it covers the entire section to prevent slippage) and then put one wrap around the "top knot" to increase diameter -- -- image of the back of the front cover: mixer-3-small.JPG - notice the broken clip at the top. I used a wide scrapper blade to separate the cover from the main body. ----
If the picture taken from digicam are ok when viewed from a computer, the lcd viewer has a loose connection or defective already, if you can open your unit, try to disconnect and reconnect the lcd flexwire inside.
It could be a faulty memory card. Or maybe dirty contacts on the card itself. Try swapping cards with a friend or your local camera shop and see if it works then. Maked sure the card is correctly inserted too.
If the card formatted in the camera it should be OK. If it was corrupt it would show up during format.
I hope you didn't buy the card off Ebay through an Asian or Chinese dealer. They are conning people with half a gbyte card marked as one gbyte. Some of them are reworked so they show the full Gbyte but when you go to format them they crash when you try to use them.
Anyway it should be under warranty so ask for an exchange or even a different brand.
My S2 is on its second out of warranty CCD, and Fuji replaced both for free, the first was due to the same dead CCD as many has had, the second was due to the CCD being defective to the point of being off center and producing photos that had a very distinct leaning to the right, Fuji did not charge me for either CCD's, and if the tech said otherwise, if I where you, I would call them back and say you belong to many on line forums, and have read that Fuji is replacing them at no charge, its possible that the rep you talked to is unaware of this!
That is another point, make sure you talk to an actual camera tech, and not just a rep, the rep will probably give you the run around.