はじめに

Use this guide to remove a broken Motherboard from your Canon PowerShot SD850 IS.

  1. Using your fingernail, slide the light gray tab towards edge of camera.
    • Using your fingernail, slide the light gray tab towards edge of camera.

    • Slide the light gray door and pull up to open the door.

      • In the camera shown in the photos, there is not a Memory Card or Battery.

    • Both Battery and Memory Card slots should be visible.

  2. Use your fingernail and slide the small brown tab towards the edge of the camera.
    • Use your fingernail and slide the small brown tab towards the edge of the camera.

    • The battery will pop up.

    • Pull battery straight out of battery holder.

    • When putting the battery back in, make sure it the battery is oriented so the terminals connect.

    • Remove the following 4 screws:

      • Two 2.8 mm Phillips #00 at the bottom of the camera.

      • Two 2.75 mm Phillips #00 on the opposite side of the wrist strap.

    • Open the A/V OUT DIGITAL flap on the side of the wrist strap.

    • Remove the 2.75 mm Phillips #00 under the A/V OUT DIGITAL flap on the side of the wrist strap.

    • On the bottom of the camera, use your fingernail to slide the light gray tab towards the edge of the camera.

    • Slide light gray door and pull up to open the door.

    • Remove the 8.35 mm Phillips #00 next to the brown tab that holds the battery.

    • Gently pull the front cover straight out from the camera. This will expose the wiring on the front of the camera.

    • Remove the 2.75 mm Phillips #00 next to A/V OUT DIGITAL.

    • Slide the back casing (with the screen protector) off to reveal the LCD and back wiring.

    • Remove the 1.75 mm Phillips #00 located at the top left of the LCD screen.

    • Remove the two 3.4 mm Phillips #00 located at the bottom of the camera.

    • Remove the two metal frames that hold the LCD panel in place.

    • The LCD screen should now only be attached by two LCD data cables.

      • Lift the screen from the left side and use a spudger or a small flat head screwdriver to flip the black portion of the connector upward to unlock it.

      • Carefully slide the data cable out of the connector.

    • The LCD should still be connected by the backlight cable.

      • To remove the backlight cable, use a spudger or a small flat head screwdriver to unlock the backlight cable.

      • Carefully slide out the backlight cable.

    • The LCD screen can now be fully detached from the camera body.

    • The LCD screen and housing are now in three pieces:

      • LCD screen

      • LCD screen frame

      • LCD back housing

    • The LCD screen itself can now be removed and fixed/replaced.

    • Remove the 1.85 mm #00 Phillips located on the left side of the camera.

    • Use a set of tweezers to remove the speaker located at the top of the camera on the flash unit.

    • Next use the tweezers to carefully remove the speaker cable off its respective holders.

    • Use a spudger or a flathead screwdriver to remove the camera lens cable located in the front of the camera.

    • Use a spudger or a flathead screwdriver and carefully pry out the first flash cable from the bottom of the cable. The white 2 prong power cable pops UP (use spudger below red/black insertion and put upward pressure). For the yellow one, apply pressure horizontally.

    • Next use a spudger or a flathead screwdriver and carefully pry out the second flash cable.

    • Gently remove the flash component from the rest of the camera.

    • Use a spudger or a flathead screwdriver and carefully pry off the plastic piece on top of the flash unit.

      • The flash unit can now be removed and replaced.

    • Be careful not to touch the capacitor attached to the flash unit as it may still be holding a charge!

    • Remove four screws located on the back of the camera:

      • 6.15 mm #00 Phillips

      • 2.75 mm #00 Phillips

      • 2.15 mm #00 Phillips

      • 2.7 mm #00 Phillips

    • Use a spudger or a flathead screwdriver and carefully pry out the bulb located in the front of the camera on top of the camera lens.

    • Gently remove the camera lens from the rest of the camera.

    • Remove the 2.6 mm Phillips #00 located near the shutter release button.

    • Use a prying device or your fingers to release the ribbon from its holder.

    • Gently remove the shutter release component from the camera.

    • Remove the 3.4 mm Phillips #00 located under the camera.

    • Next use a prying device or your fingers to release the power trigger cable from its holder.

    • Use a prying device or your fingers to release the ribbon from their respective holders located at the top of the camera.

    • Use a spudger or a flathead screwdriver to unlock the ribbon located at the back of the camera.

    • Then gently slide out the ribbon.

    • The whole ribbon and metal casing can now be easily removed from the remains of the camera.

    • Use a spudger or a flathead screwdriver to release the motherboard cable.

    • Next remove the 3.4 mm Phillips #00 located in front of the camera. wisdom here.

    • Now the motherboard can be gently removed from the metal casing.

まとめ

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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