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Introduction

An Audio/Visual port enables a device to send or receive sounds and images. If these are not coming through, the A/V port may be at fault. If the A/V port is determined to be faulty, this guide will demonstrate how to replace the A/V port in the Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3. This repair is not only relatively expeditious, but also relatively easy, and requires no major technical skills to complete.

  1. Open the battery chamber door by sliding the door to the side of the camera to release the safety catch. Lift the door up to open.
    • Open the battery chamber door by sliding the door to the side of the camera to release the safety catch.

    • Lift the door up to open.

  2. Insert the four batteries inside of the battery chamber door.
    • Insert the four batteries inside of the battery chamber door.

    • Make sure the positive and negative battery terminals are in the correct position.

  3. Use a screwdriver to remove the four viewfinder cover screws. Use a screwdriver to remove the four viewfinder cover screws.
    • Use a screwdriver to remove the four viewfinder cover screws.

  4. Remove the 2 small screws under the viewfinder.
    • Remove the 2 small screws under the viewfinder.

  5. Remove the screen cover by applying slight pressure at the top, then pulling the screen protector away from the camera.
    • Remove the screen cover by applying slight pressure at the top, then pulling the screen protector away from the camera.

    • Do not apply pressure to the surface of the LCD screen or it may be permanently damaged. If fingerprints are on the LCD monitor, gently wipe with a soft, clean, dry cloth.

  6. Remove 6 screws on the bottom panel.
    • Remove 6 screws on the bottom panel.

  7. Remove 1 screw on the outer side of the battery chamber.
    • Remove 1 screw on the outer side of the battery chamber.

    • This will be under the rubber grip.

  8. Remove 1 screw inside the battery chamber.
    • Remove 1 screw inside the battery chamber.

  9. Pull the wrist strap away from the front of the camera to remove it.
    • Pull the wrist strap away from the front of the camera to remove it.

    • Then carefully pull the back casing apart from the camera.

  10. Remove the 3 screws that attach the LCD screen to the circuit board.
    • Remove the 3 screws that attach the LCD screen to the circuit board.

  11. Gently remove the LCD screen from the circuit board.
    • Gently remove the LCD screen from the circuit board.

    • There will be a ribbon cable and some wires attached to the LCD screen.

  12. Use tweezers to carefully pull the ribbon cable from the circuit board, not from the LCD screen.
    • Use tweezers to carefully pull the ribbon cable from the circuit board, not from the LCD screen.

    • Peel back tape on LCD screen to reveal where the wires are attached. Use tweezers to detach the wires from the LCD screen.

  13. Remove the single screw that connects the circuit board to the motherboard.
    • Remove the single screw that connects the circuit board to the motherboard.

  14. Carefully remove the circuit board from the motherboard.
    • Carefully remove the circuit board from the motherboard.

    • Leave the wires attached to the circuit board.

  15. The A/V port is glued to the motherboard. Heat should be applied carefully with a heat gun to loosen the adhesive.
    • The A/V port is glued to the motherboard. Heat should be applied carefully with a heat gun to loosen the adhesive.

    • Remove the A/V port with a spudger.

Conclusion

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

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Thanks for the help that enabled me to disassembling a Z5.

Is not exactly the same, but helped a lot.

I post comments about the differences I found.

I want only to reack the cursor buttons.

Regards

Joaquim

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