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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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Image 1/2: Sanyo Tight-Seal Power-Up Sum-3 1.5V AA battery. Image 2/2: Positive contact for the 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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Image 1/1: Be careful not to break the razor blade because it is fragile.
  • 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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Image 1/2: Image 2/2:
  • You will now see the circuit board and the buttons. Remove the buttons for the calculator.

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Image 1/1: Sum-3 Sanyo Battery.
  • 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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