Introduction

This guide will instruct you how to remove the back panel of your camera.

Using a #00 Phillips screw driver, remove three 4.4 mm Phillips screws as indicated by the red circles.
  • Using a #00 Phillips screw driver, remove three 4.4 mm Phillips screws as indicated by the red circles.

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Using your finger, peel back the textured grip so the components are separated. Using your finger, peel back the textured grip so the components are separated.
  • Using your finger, peel back the textured grip so the components are separated.

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Using the flat end of a spudger, loosen the connection between the front panel and the device. Remove the front panel using your hands. Remove the front panel using your hands.
  • Using the flat end of a spudger, loosen the connection between the front panel and the device.

  • Remove the front panel using your hands.

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Turn Camera over.
  • Turn Camera over.

  • Using a #00 Phillips screw driver, unscrew the two 4.9 mm Phillips screws located on either side of the viewfinder.

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Using a #00 Phillips screw driver, unscrew the one 5.7 mm Phillips screw located next to the LCD screen.
  • Using a #00 Phillips screw driver, unscrew the one 5.7 mm Phillips screw located next to the LCD screen.

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Lay the camera on its back.
  • Lay the camera on its back.

  • Unsolder the flash connection from the motherboard as noted by the blue circle.

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Remove the top panel by lifting it from the back, pushing it forward over the camera and letting it rotate down in front of the camera. Remove the top panel by lifting it from the back, pushing it forward over the camera and letting it rotate down in front of the camera. Remove the top panel by lifting it from the back, pushing it forward over the camera and letting it rotate down in front of the camera.
  • Remove the top panel by lifting it from the back, pushing it forward over the camera and letting it rotate down in front of the camera.

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Using a #00 Philllips screw driver, unscrew the 6.8 mm Phillips screw that holds the strap anchor noted by the red circle.
  • Using a #00 Philllips screw driver, unscrew the 6.8 mm Phillips screw that holds the strap anchor noted by the red circle.

  • Remove the strap anchor.

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Unlatch the back panel.
  • Unlatch the back panel.

  • Using a #00 Phillips screw driver, unscrew the six screws on the bottom of the camera.

    • One 7.4 mm Phillips screw

    • Two 6.0 mm Phillips screws

    • Two 4.4 mm Phillips screws

    • One 3.9 mm Phillips screw

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From the bottom of the camera push the hinge rod in with your finger. Return the camera to its upright position. Use pliers (or tweezers) to pull the rod out from the top.
  • From the bottom of the camera push the hinge rod in with your finger.

  • Return the camera to its upright position.

  • Use pliers (or tweezers) to pull the rod out from the top.

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Conclusion

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

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