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はじめに

Replacing the flash assembly, includes going deep into the camera, and taking out the logic board requiring soldering and other technical aspects.

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  1. Remove all nine screws that hold the back plate in place with the Phillips #00 Screwdriver. The screws are located on the back, the base (bottom), right, and left sides of the camera. Unscrew the 4mm screw that is directly to the right of the viewfinder on the back side of the camera. On the base (bottom):
    • Remove all nine screws that hold the back plate in place with the Phillips #00 Screwdriver. The screws are located on the back, the base (bottom), right, and left sides of the camera.

    • Unscrew the 4mm screw that is directly to the right of the viewfinder on the back side of the camera.

    • On the base (bottom):

    • Unscrew the 3mm screw in the top left corner.

    • Unscrew all four 3mm screws under the battery cover.

    • Unscrew the 3mm screw on the right side panel.

    • Unscrew the two 2mm screws on the left side panel.

    • The bullets are color-coded to match the images that accompany this step.

  2. Remove the back panel completely. Rock the two ribbon cables gently out of their sockets. For more on disconnecting ribbon cables, look here.
    • Remove the back panel completely.

    • Rock the two ribbon cables gently out of their sockets. For more on disconnecting ribbon cables, look here.

    • Grasp and pull the white cable out of its clip with metal tweezers.

    • The bullets are color coded with the corresponding images.

  3. On the suface of the motherboard:
    • On the suface of the motherboard:

    • Peel off the plastic sheets.

    • Unscrew the two 3mm screws holding it in place using the Phillips #00 Screwdriver.

  4. Gently separate the seven ribbon cables from the motherboard. For more information on disconnecting ribbon cables, look here. There is one directly below the viewfinder (Image 1, blue). Two are on the base of the camera (Image 2, blue).
    • Gently separate the seven ribbon cables from the motherboard. For more information on disconnecting ribbon cables, look here.

    • There is one directly below the viewfinder (Image 1, blue).

    • Two are on the base of the camera (Image 2, blue).

    • There are three at the top right of the motherboard, near the selector wheel. One is on the top of the board, and two are on the underside (Image 1, green).

    • The final one is in the center of the board, near the central hole (Image 1, yellow).

    • Remove the two white plastic clips from their sockets with metal tweezers. One is on the base of the board (Image 2, red) and the other is on the surface (Image 1, red).

    • The bullets apply to all three picture included with this step.

  5. Remove the single 3 mm ground screw attached to the right side of the camera body using the Philips #00 Screwdriver.
    • Remove the single 3 mm ground screw attached to the right side of the camera body using the Philips #00 Screwdriver.

  6. The motherboard has two solder connections that need to be desoldered to remove the board (Image 1, red). Use the soldering iron to desolder the connections. For more information on desoldering,  look here.
    • The motherboard has two solder connections that need to be desoldered to remove the board (Image 1, red). Use the soldering iron to desolder the connections. For more information on desoldering, look here.

    • Don't attempt to desolder the joints without previous knowledge of soldering.

    • When soldering, avoid touching any of the other components with the soldering iron by accident. You may damage them.

  7. Once the motherboard  is removed, a new motherboard can be installed in its place.
    • Once the motherboard is removed, a new motherboard can be installed in its place.

    • While the motherboard is removed, it is possible to get deeper into the camera for further repairs, if necessary. Look here for more guides on the Olympus C-765.

  8. Now we remove the bulk of the cameras components from the front of the case Unscrew the 2-3mm Screws from the right side of the casing
    • Now we remove the bulk of the cameras components from the front of the case

    • Unscrew the 2-3mm Screws from the right side of the casing

    • Pop the flash up, to get access to the two body screws underneath

    • Undo the 2-3mm screws

  9. Gently pull on the battery casing and the A/V ports to remove the connected components Remove the small ribbon cable, from the right side of the casing Remove the small ribbon cable, from the right side of the casing
    • Gently pull on the battery casing and the A/V ports to remove the connected components

    • Remove the small ribbon cable, from the right side of the casing

  10. Unscrew the 3mm screw holding the flash in place
    • Unscrew the 3mm screw holding the flash in place

    • The wires running out of the flash will need to be cut and then the new flash unit spliced into the preexisting wires.

    • Now you can replace the entire flash assembly.

    • Beware of the flash capacitor; it still carries a good amount of charge that could shock you or fry the boards

終わりに

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

Mason Morgan

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