Introduction

This guide will show you how to remove the LCD screen off the Casio Camera.

Image 1/1: Label screws (where they came from and what step) and set aside in sorting tray.
  • Remove the side two screws on the side with the speaker, on the portion of the camera that is part of the back casing.

  • Label screws (where they came from and what step) and set aside in sorting tray.

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Image 1/2: Note: Bottom screws are longer than the top ones, so label accordingly for ease in  reassembly. (See attached picture.) Image 2/2: Note: Bottom screws are longer than the top ones, so label accordingly for ease in  reassembly. (See attached picture.)
  • Remove the two back screws on the bottom of the camera, on the same side as the LCD screen.

  • Note: Bottom screws are longer than the top ones, so label accordingly for ease in reassembly. (See attached picture.)

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Image 1/1: Label accordingly and add to sorting tray.
  • Remove screws on the side opposite of the speaker.

  • Label accordingly and add to sorting tray.

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Image 1/2: With tweezers, carefully remove ribbon from LCD screen- NOT from the back casing itself. Image 2/2: Set bottom casing aside.
  • Once all screws have been removed, gently pry open bottom casing.

  • With tweezers, carefully remove ribbon from LCD screen- NOT from the back casing itself.

  • Set bottom casing aside.

  • Navigation button may fall out. Be cautious of this and set aside if needed.

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Image 1/3: There is a ribbon attached to the screen. Be sure not to pull this ribbon off the screen. Image 2/3: There is a ribbon attached to the screen. Be sure not to pull this ribbon off the screen. Image 3/3: There is a ribbon attached to the screen. Be sure not to pull this ribbon off the screen.
  • Use tweezers or prongs to pry LCD screen off from openings.

  • There is a ribbon attached to the screen. Be sure not to pull this ribbon off the screen.

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Image 1/2: Slowly move it to the other side. Image 2/2: Be sure to be very gentle with the LCD screen.
  • Lift up LCD screen.

  • Slowly move it to the other side.

  • Be sure to be very gentle with the LCD screen.

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Image 1/3: The casing may possibly be attached to LCD screen. If so, leave attached to screen. Image 2/3: The casing may possibly be attached to LCD screen. If so, leave attached to screen. Image 3/3: The casing may possibly be attached to LCD screen. If so, leave attached to screen.
  • Under the LCD screen you will see an LCD casing. You will want to GENTLY pry this off using tweezers.

  • The casing may possibly be attached to LCD screen. If so, leave attached to screen.

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Image 1/3: Pull out the LCD screen with the ribbon from the camera. Image 2/3: THIS STEP IS ONE WHERE YOU SHOULD USE CAUTION AND BE VERY GENTLE! Image 3/3: THIS STEP IS ONE WHERE YOU SHOULD USE CAUTION AND BE VERY GENTLE!
  • Flip open the connector holding the ribbon.

  • Pull out the LCD screen with the ribbon from the camera.

  • THIS STEP IS ONE WHERE YOU SHOULD USE CAUTION AND BE VERY GENTLE!

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Image 1/2: Locate your replacement screen that you will now attach. Image 2/2: Locate your replacement screen that you will now attach.
  • Your LCD screen is now detached.

  • Locate your replacement screen that you will now attach.

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Image 1/1: Ribbon should be inserted straight in and to the right side.
  • Reconnect LCD ribbon to connector and flip back down.

  • Ribbon should be inserted straight in and to the right side.

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Image 1/1: Flip back over into place.
  • Reattach LCD casing.

  • Flip back over into place.

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Image 1/2: You may hear a click. Image 2/2: You may hear a click.
  • Make sure LCD screen is firmly connected to camera.

  • You may hear a click.

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Image 1/2: Be careful reattaching the case. Using tweezers might help. Image 2/2: Be careful reattaching the case. Using tweezers might help.
  • Reattach the back casing as well as the small ribbon with it to the camera body.

  • Be careful reattaching the case. Using tweezers might help.

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Image 1/1: These are the longer screws. Screw them back in.
  • Locate labeled screws from Step 2-bottom of the camera.

  • These are the longer screws. Screw them back in.

  • The picture shown does not show the right screw removed and ready to be replaced due to an issue with this specific camera.

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Image 1/3: These are the shorter screws. Screw them back in. Image 2/3: Congratulations! Your camera has been reassembled. Image 3/3: Congratulations! Your camera has been reassembled.
  • Locate labeled screws from Step 1 and Step 3-side of the camera.

  • These are the shorter screws. Screw them back in.

  • Congratulations! Your camera has been reassembled.

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Conclusion

By now you should have been able to get your Casio Exilim EX-Z850 camera's LCD screen functioning.

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