A Z60 is a fairly easy camera to work on, but the LCD replacement does require some soldering of the power leads to it. There are a decent number of items to remove, but it's not too bad. If you do start taking your camera apart, beware of the flash capacitor. It's the black cylinder that looks like a battery. It stores a very nice charge were you to touch it, or the leads coming from it. It can be discharged with a resistor across the terminals.
Originally Posted by jb2twin
I think I have a partially disassembled Z60 with a good LCD in place. PM me, if you're interested.
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