Introduction

First you will remove the batteries and back cover of the camera. You will unscrew the LCD. You will then remove the ribbon attached to the logic board. Finally you will unsolder the LCD from the logic board.

  1. The battery hatch is on the bottom of the camera.
      • The battery hatch is on the bottom of the camera.

      • CAUTION: Locate the switch to open the hatch and push gently toward the front of the camera. Too much force can break the hatch.

      • While the switch is pushed forward, pull the cover away from the camera.

    Can the hatch be replaced. The piece that holds the hatch is broken.

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  2. This camera requires AA batteries. To remove batteries, simply allow them to fall out of the camera.
      • This camera requires AA batteries. To remove batteries, simply allow them to fall out of the camera.

      • The clock battery cover is shown here in the purple circle. Use a fingernail to lift the battery out of the camera.

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    • When replacing the AA batteries, verify they are oriented correctly by following the (+) and (-) signs on the camera.

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    • Remove the screw located under the rubber flap on the left side of the camera using a magnetic screwdriver.

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    • Remove the two screws located on the other side of the camera using a magnetic screwdriver

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    • Remove the three screws located at the bottom of the camera using a magnetic screwdriver.

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    • Open the battery cover.

    • Using the iPod tool, push up gently around all edges of the camera.

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    • Remove the four (4) screws near the corners of the LCD.

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    • CAUTION: The LCD is connected to the logic board with different wires and a ribbon. Using too much force may disconnect these parts.

    • Lift the screen off of the logic board.

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    • With the LCD pulled back in one hand and using a blue iPod opener tool, pull the black retaining clip up and remove the ribbon.

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    • Use tweezers to unsolder the wires from the bottom left corner on the back of the LCD.

    • Remove the solder from the wires.

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    • The LCD is now free from the camera and you are now able to replace it with the new screen.

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Conclusion

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

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