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The motherboard of your Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS60 may need to be replaced if it is malfunctioning. This guide will show you how to get to the motherboard in order to remove and replace it if necessary.

The motherboard may be damaged due to camera age, dropping the camera, or getting the camera wet. Problems that are caused by the motherboard include the camera not turning on, issues with taking or viewing pictures, or changing settings.

Make sure that the device is turned off before you start.

  1. Use your finger to slide the black latch from the locked position to the open position on the memory card/battery door. This will open the door of the camera.
    • Use your finger to slide the black latch from the locked position to the open position on the memory card/battery door. This will open the door of the camera.

  2. Push up the black tab on the right-hand-side to spring release the battery. Push up the black tab on the right-hand-side to spring release the battery.
    • Push up the black tab on the right-hand-side to spring release the battery.

  3. Remove the battery by sliding it out from the camera.
    • Remove the battery by sliding it out from the camera.

  4. Using the Phillips #000 Screwdriver, unscrew six 3mm screws. There are two screws located on three sides excluding the top. Using the Phillips #000 Screwdriver, unscrew six 3mm screws. There are two screws located on three sides excluding the top. Using the Phillips #000 Screwdriver, unscrew six 3mm screws. There are two screws located on three sides excluding the top.
    • Using the Phillips #000 Screwdriver, unscrew six 3mm screws. There are two screws located on three sides excluding the top.

  5. Pry off back casing and set aside.
    • Pry off back casing and set aside.

  6. Pull the right side control dial circuit board up. Use tweezers to pry up the white retaining flap and gently pull the circuit board out.
    • Pull the right side control dial circuit board up.

    • Use tweezers to pry up the white retaining flap and gently pull the circuit board out.

  7. Flip the LCD screen to the left. Unscrew the two 3mm on the top right side using the Phillips #000 Screwdriver. Lift the gray plate cover off.
    • Flip the LCD screen to the left.

    • Unscrew the two 3mm on the top right side using the Phillips #000 Screwdriver.

    • Lift the gray plate cover off.

  8. Use tweezers to pry up the black retaining flat and gently pull to free the LCD screen from the device. Use tweezers to pry up the black retaining flat and gently pull to free the LCD screen from the device.
    • Use tweezers to pry up the black retaining flat and gently pull to free the LCD screen from the device.

  9. Remove these three 3 mm screws with a Phillips #000 screwdriver.
    • Remove these three 3 mm screws with a Phillips #000 screwdriver.

  10. Disconnect these 9 ribbon cables from the motherboard. One ribbon cable is hidden underneath the larger one on the left. Use tweezers to first lift up the retaining flaps for each connector, then pull out the ribbon cable. Use tweezers to first lift up the retaining flaps for each connector, then pull out the ribbon cable.
    • Disconnect these 9 ribbon cables from the motherboard. One ribbon cable is hidden underneath the larger one on the left.

    • Use tweezers to first lift up the retaining flaps for each connector, then pull out the ribbon cable.

  11. Now you will able to lift the motherboard up and it will only be connected by two cables. To fully remove the motherboard, you will have to solder the metal in order to remove the wires.
    • Now you will able to lift the motherboard up and it will only be connected by two cables.

    • To fully remove the motherboard, you will have to solder the metal in order to remove the wires.

    • For more information on soldering, please visit the How to Solder and Desolder Connections guide.

결론

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

Emma Civalier

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