Really great photographs with excellent descriptions.
I believe any soldering procedure should start with selecting the right wattage soldering iron and tip for the task. Common small wattage soldering irons commonly used to solder small electronics are 15 to 45 Watts.
Second is tinning a new soldering iron tip. Tinning means the first time the tip is heated you melt solder onto the tip until solder sticks to the tip. Even if a tip is factory tinned you’ll want to tin it yourself. Solder needs to stick to a tip to correctly aid in the transfer of heat from the iron to the component.
Another (cheap) way to clean solder off connections is to use a squeeze bulb with a silicone tip. The squeeze bulb creates a vacuum when it is squeezed and the vacuum sucks the melted solder up into the bulb.
Replacement parts for the Sony DSC-HX1 digital cameras should be available from Encompass, https://sony.encompass.com/search/?model.... However, the website indicates the main board is no longer available. Sony also lists Union Electronics, https://www.ued.net/index.html, as a parts supplier but I am unable to find any parts on Union Electronics website. Of course one can always try eBay or Amazon.
The motherboard battery is soldered to the board so it can be dangerous to replace.
My camera sat without a rechargeable battery installed for a few months. The next time I used the camera the motherboard would not retain my settings. I found that leaving the replaceable battery installed for a few days recharged the motherboard battery. I now leave a rechargeable battery installed all the time and swap batteries about once a month when I’m not using the camera.
Excellent partial disassembly overview!
Several suggestions to make this information more useful:
Provide Sony motherboard part number at top of page where there is a place to list parts.
Please list the size of the battery on the motherboard. My guess is the battery can be easily replaced once the battery type, size and voltage is known.
Distingush between location of 4.0 mm retaining screw and 6.0 mm retaining screw.
Highlight location of eight motherboard ribbon cable ports.
Detail how to disconnect ribbon cables without destroying motherboard cable ports.
It would be nice if the locations of the 4.0 mm & 6.0 mm screws were defined.
Also, additional step, or steps are needed to show locations of eight ribbon cable ports and how best to go about disconnecting the cables without damaging the port connectors.
Zodra ze een reputatiescore hebben bent je in staat om een grafiek te zien van het verloop hiervan.
Hier is een voorbeeld van hoe de grafiek eruitziet:
Nog geen reputatiescore gekregen.