Introduction

In this guide, you will be able to access and remove the LCD screen from the camera's frame.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/2: Two silver 3.15mm Phillips #00 screws on the right side of the camera Image 2/2: Two silver 2.08mm Phillips #00 screws on the left side of the camera
  • Remove the following screws:

    • Two silver 3.15mm Phillips #00 screws on the right side of the camera

    • Two silver 2.08mm Phillips #00 screws on the left side of the camera

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Image 1/1: The screw circled in red is a longer silver 3.15mm Phillips #00 screw
  • Remove the two indicated screws on the bottom of the camera:

    • The screw circled in red is a longer silver 3.15mm Phillips #00 screw

    • The screw circled in blue is a shorter silver 2.25mm Phillips #00 screw

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  • Carefully pull the back of casing away from the front.

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Image 1/3: Silver donut-shaped button will fall off. Place separately. Remove the plug covers on the right side of camera, labeled “PC/AV” and “DC IN 4.5V”. Image 2/3: Silver donut-shaped button will fall off. Place separately. Remove the plug covers on the right side of camera, labeled “PC/AV” and “DC IN 4.5V”. Image 3/3: Silver donut-shaped button will fall off. Place separately. Remove the plug covers on the right side of camera, labeled “PC/AV” and “DC IN 4.5V”.
  • After removing the back cover, several things must be removed.

  • Silver donut-shaped button will fall off. Place separately. Remove the plug covers on the right side of camera, labeled “PC/AV” and “DC IN 4.5V”.

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  • To remove the front cover, gently hold the inside structure of the camera and slowly pull the front cover off.

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Image 1/2: Two black 2.05mm Phillips #00 screws Image 2/2: Two black 2.05mm Phillips #00 screws
  • On the front of the camera, in battery case, remove screws indicated:

    • Two black 2.05mm Phillips #00 screws

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Image 1/2: The screw circled in red is a longer black 3.00mm Phillips #00 screw Image 2/2: The screw circled in red is a shorter black 2.00mm Phillips #00 screw
  • Flip the camera over to the backside and remove screws indicated:

    • The screw circled in red is a longer black 3.00mm Phillips #00 screw

    • The screw circled in red is a shorter black 2.00mm Phillips #00 screw

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  • Pull the cover plate off for the two power cord jacks.

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  • Cautiously and gently pull up the control board at the upper left corner, next to the viewfinder.

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  • Remove the orange tape on top of the SD cardholder.

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  • Open the battery cover and lift plastic piece off.

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  • Remove tape on left side of camera.

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  • Remove the indicated 2.40mm Phillips #00 screw to release top left LCD bracket.

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Image 1/1: This is a small piece, be careful not to lose it.
  • Remove top left LCD bracket.

  • This is a small piece, be careful not to lose it.

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  • Push down bottom left LCD bracket to release the LCD from grip.

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  • Gently lift up LCD screen.

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Image 1/3: BEWARE: The LCD screen is attached to the logic board by two wires at the bottom. Image 2/3: BEWARE: The LCD screen is attached to the logic board by two wires at the bottom. Image 3/3: BEWARE: The LCD screen is attached to the logic board by two wires at the bottom.
  • Slowly pull LCD screen to the left to remove it from the other grips.

  • BEWARE: The LCD screen is attached to the logic board by two wires at the bottom.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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