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The motherboard is what contains and connects the principal components of the camera and controls all of its functions. If there is an electronic issue with your camera, for example if auto-focus is no longer functional, there is a high chance that there is an issue with the motherboard. This guide is moderately difficult and will take some time and patience but requires very few tools. It will walk you through all of the steps needed to disassemble the Canon Powershot S200 camera in order to take out the motherboard.

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  1. Slide the grey latch to open the battery compartment. Slide the grey latch to open the battery compartment.
    • Slide the grey latch to open the battery compartment.

  2. Push and slide the orange retaining clip to the right to remove the battery. Push and slide the orange retaining clip to the right to remove the battery.
    • Push and slide the orange retaining clip to the right to remove the battery.

  3. Remove battery from the camera.
    • Remove battery from the camera.

  4. Remove the lanyard.
    • Remove the lanyard.

  5. Position the camera so that the bottom is facing up.
    • Position the camera so that the bottom is facing up.

    • Remove the two 2.3mm screws beneath the name plate.

    • Remove the two 2.8 mm screws surrounding the threaded tripod mount.

  6. Remove the 3.8mm screw from the back face of the camera.
    • Remove the 3.8mm screw from the back face of the camera.

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  8. Remove the two 2.3mm screws from the right face of the camera.
    • Remove the two 2.3mm screws from the right face of the camera.

  9. Remove the two outer 3.2mm screws from the left side of the camera
    • Remove the two outer 3.2mm screws from the left side of the camera

    • Remove the two inner 3.7mm screws from the left side of the camera.

  10. Pull the back face panel away from the front end of the body. This may take some wiggling and force.
    • Pull the back face panel away from the front end of the body. This may take some wiggling and force.

  11. Remove the CF card door from the left side of the camera body. Remove the CF card door from the left side of the camera body.
    • Remove the CF card door from the left side of the camera body.

  12. Slide the rubber digital a/v cap out of place on the front plate. Slide the rubber digital a/v cap out of place on the front plate.
    • Slide the rubber digital a/v cap out of place on the front plate.

  13. Remove the front face by sliding it off.
    • Remove the front face by sliding it off.

  14. Remove the rubber seal that covers the right side of the viewfinder.
    • Remove the rubber seal that covers the right side of the viewfinder.

  15. Remove the two 3.9mm screws that hold the laminated copper sheet.
    • Remove the two 3.9mm screws that hold the laminated copper sheet.

  16. Remove the wire connections that connect along the bottom of the motherboard. Remove the wire connections that connect along the bottom of the motherboard.
    • Remove the wire connections that connect along the bottom of the motherboard.

  17. Remove the single 3.8mm screw that is on the motherboard.
    • Remove the single 3.8mm screw that is on the motherboard.

  18. Remove the motherboard from the main frame of the camera body.
    • Remove the motherboard from the main frame of the camera body.

결론

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

Orlando Zuniga

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