Introduction

If you drop the camera and break the LCD screen, or if the screen just stops functioning, this guide will help you replace it.

Be sure to use a magnetic mat or small container for your screws, as they are very small and easy to misplace.

Image 1/1: Start by removing the two 2.5 mm Phillips  #PH00 black screws on both sides of the LCD screen.
  • Take the LCD out of its place to expose the Phillips #PH00 screws.

  • Start by removing the two 2.5 mm Phillips #PH00 black screws on both sides of the LCD screen.

  • Now remove the two 3 mm Phillips #PH00 black screws near both sides of the base where the screen swivels.

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  • Using a plastic opening tool, carefully pry off the back cover of the LCD.

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Image 1/2: Turn the screen to remove the second 3 mm Phillips #PH00 silver screw. Image 2/2: Turn the screen to remove the second 3 mm Phillips #PH00 silver screw.
  • Remove the 3 mm Phillips #PH00 silver screw on the side of the screen.

  • Turn the screen to remove the second 3 mm Phillips #PH00 silver screw.

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  • Using the tweezers, carefully disconnect the rear connector by pulling it away from the screen.

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Image 1/2: Using the plastic Spudger opening tool, carefully lift up on the medal tabs next to where the screws were located. Image 2/2: Using the plastic Spudger opening tool, carefully lift up on the medal tabs next to where the screws were located.
  • Remove the two 2.5 mm Phillips #PH00 silver screws using the PH00 screwdriver.

  • Using the plastic Spudger opening tool, carefully lift up on the medal tabs next to where the screws were located.

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  • Finally, remove the LCD screen by grabbing the clear plastic tab and lifting it carefully.

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Conclusion

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

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