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Hi Nikka,
 
Commonly, any flat flexible cable like this is called a flex cable or flat cable. It's function is to deliver data or power, or both.
 
In this case, I am not sure of the exact function, but if you're referring to the big orange one sitting in the middle of the mother board, it's inserted at both ends in ZIF (Zero Insertion Force) connectors.
 
Basically, a ZIF connector consists of a connector where the flat cable is inserted, and a flap is flipped in place to pinch and retain the cable in place. To release the cable, flip up the flap to release the cablecable (in your picture, the flaps are black). Sometimes, the flap does not flip, but rather is to be pulled back by ~1 mm or less. Whatever you do, never exert force around ZIF connectors (or any other computer components). If you feel you have to force it, then something is wrong and you must stop before damaging anything.
Basically, a ZIF connector consists of a connector where the flat cable is inserted, and a flap is flipped in place to pinch and retain the cable in place. To release the cable, flip up the flap to release the cablecable (in your picture, the flaps are black). Sometimes, the flap does not flip, but rather is to be pulled back by ~1 mm or less. Whatever you do, never exert force around ZIF connectors (or any other computer components). If you feel you have to force it, then something is wrong and you must stop before damaging anything.
 
Here are a couple of videos [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqalgC6zbHw|(video 1)] [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnwLQwoN9a4|(video 2)] to show you how to detachrelease the cable from a ZIF connector.
Here are a couple of videos [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqalgC6zbHw|(video 1)] [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnwLQwoN9a4|(video 2)] to show you how to detachrelease the cable from a ZIF connector.

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Post originale di: Rany ,

Testo:

Hi Nikka,

Commonly, any flat flexible cable like this is called a flex cable or flat cable. It's function is to deliver data or power, or both.

In this case, I am not sure of the exact function, but if you're referring to the big orange one sitting in the middle of the mother board, it's inserted at both ends in ZIF (Zero Insertion Force) connectors.

Basically, a ZIF connector consists of a connector where the flat cable is inserted, and a flap is flipped in place to pinch and retain the cable in place. To release the cable, flip up the flap to release the cable. Sometimes, the flap does not flip, but rather is to be pulled back by ~1 mm or less. Whatever you do, never exert force around ZIF connectors (or any other computer components). If you feel you have to force it, then something is wrong and you must stop before damaging anything.

Here are a couple of videos [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqalgC6zbHw|(video 1)] [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnwLQwoN9a4|(video 2)] to show you how to detach the cable from a ZIF connector.

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