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Introduction

We disassembled this calculator on April 17, 2010.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Sanyo CX 110, use our service manual.

  • Here is the Sanyo CX 110 calculator.

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Now that we removed the back of the calculator, here is the battery and the back of the logic board. Sanyo Tight-Seal Power-Up Sum-3 1.5V AA battery.
  • Now that we removed the back of the calculator, here is the battery and the back of the logic board.

    • Sanyo Tight-Seal Power-Up Sum-3 1.5V AA battery.

    • Positive contact for the battery.

    • Negative contact for the battery.

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Remove these 7 screws using a razor blade.
  • Remove these 7 screws using a razor blade.

  • Be careful not to break the razor blade because it is fragile.

  • Turn the circuit board 180 degrees after removing screws.

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You will now see the circuit board and the buttons. Remove the buttons for the calculator. You will now see the circuit board and the buttons. Remove the buttons for the calculator.
  • You will now see the circuit board and the buttons. Remove the buttons for the calculator.

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Now we're all done! Just take the LCD apart and you are done completely!
  • Now we're all done! Just take the LCD apart and you are done completely!

    • Sum-3 Sanyo Battery.

    • LCD Screen Parts (darkener, inverter, LCD screen.

    • Circuit Board for the calculator.

    • Buttons for the calculator (square root, memory, percent, operators, numbers, etc.)

    • Housing for the calculator.

okay teardown. My only advice is DON'T use the flash. I can barly see some of the pictures because of it. Use natural sun lighting or even a set of lamps spaced approaply. instead. Other than that, good attempt.

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