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Repairing Casio Exilim EX-Z850 Motherboard
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Carefully remove the L shaped frame from the camera.
At the bottom of the camera the L shaped frame is being held in by two plastic bumps and a metal tab.
Pop the frame off the bumps and tabs.
Note: There is a yellow and orange wire soldered onto the camera. Be careful not to pull them off.
Remove the frame on the back side of the camera where the LCD screen was.
Remove the two screws connecting the frame with the camera.
Slowly pry off the frame from the camera.
After removing the frame a plastic piece with two yellow button connections should fall off.
Note: This plastic piece is soldered to two wires a yellow and orange one.
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