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Electronic apparatus with operation button










Image Number 5 for United States Patent #7126069.

The present invention provides an electronic apparatus with an operation button that can be easily mounted and prevents from being pushed into the electronic apparatus excessively. A front panel is provided with a button mounting portion. The front panel is further provided with an opening, a stopper portion, and a convex portion. The convex portion is fitted into a concave portion formed in an operation button to position the operation button. The operation button is sandwiched between the convex portion and a decorative panel. When an operating portion is pushed, a hinge portion formed on the operation button is bent to allow a pushing portion inserted through the opening to operate an internal switch. An abutting portion abuts against the stopper portion to inhibit the operation button from being excessively pushed in.








 
 
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