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[title] ZIF Connectors
[* black] The '''zero insertion force (ZIF)''' connector often causes trouble for beginners. ZIF connectors are used to secure delicate ribbon cables, such as FFC (flat flex cables) or FPC (flexible printed circuit) cables.
[* icon_note] As the name implies, no force is needed to plug in or remove the cable.
[* black] To disconnect the cable, use the tip of a spudger or your fingernail to flip up the small locking flap. Then, you can safely pull the cable out.
[* icon_caution] Be sure to pry up on the hinged flap, not the connector socket.
[* black] The flap may be either on the same side as the cable, or on the opposite side. Inspect your connector before you start prying. Some designs of socket have a clamping bar which instead of lifting, pushes into the body of the socket in the same direction as the ribbon. If you try to lift this you may break it.
[* icon_reminder] The white line on this ribbon cable marks the edge of the connection area. To reinstall, insert the cable into the connector up to this line, and then close the locking flap. If the cable doesn’t insert easily up to (or very near to) this line, it’s probably misaligned and needs to be gently removed and repositioned.