Introduction

This guide will demonstrate step by step how to replace the display for this device.

Tools

No tools required.

Remove Battery by sliding open the battery cover on the bottom of the camera. Battery must be removed to avoid shorting any part of the camera
  • Remove Battery by sliding open the battery cover on the bottom of the camera.

  • Battery must be removed to avoid shorting any part of the camera

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There will be 6 screws removed during this step, all can be removed using a small phillips screwdriver. Remove the 2 small screws on the  side of the camera near the HDMI input panel. Remove the 2 small screws on the opposite side of the camera.
  • There will be 6 screws removed during this step, all can be removed using a small phillips screwdriver.

  • Remove the 2 small screws on the side of the camera near the HDMI input panel.

  • Remove the 2 small screws on the opposite side of the camera.

  • Remove the 2 small screws on the bottom of the camera near the tripod mounting hole.

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Once all of the clips around the plastic cover are releaesed, the cover will lift off.
  • Once all of the clips around the plastic cover are releaesed, the cover will lift off.

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Before we are able to remove the display we must take off the mounting bracket that holds it in place. Remove the single small screw near the display to detach the display mounting bracket from the camera.
  • Before we are able to remove the display we must take off the mounting bracket that holds it in place.

  • Remove the single small screw near the display to detach the display mounting bracket from the camera.

    • The bracker should now lift easily off the camera, set it aside for now.

  • Remove the other screw at the bottom corner of the camera to make removing the display easier in the next step.

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This step will consist of detaching the first of three logic ribbons that are connecting the display to the camera. Using a small and relatively soft pointed tool, slowly pull out the ribbon using the hole shown in the image. The ribbon should be completely removed.
  • This step will consist of detaching the first of three logic ribbons that are connecting the display to the camera.

  • Using a small and relatively soft pointed tool, slowly pull out the ribbon using the hole shown in the image.

  • The ribbon should be completely removed.

  • The display should now be partially disconnected from the back side of the camera.

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We must now remove the front camera case in order to access the logic ribbons still connecting the display to the camera. The front camera case can now be removed from the device. Slowly prying around the edges using an appropriate tool should free the case.
  • We must now remove the front camera case in order to access the logic ribbons still connecting the display to the camera.

  • The front camera case can now be removed from the device.

  • Slowly prying around the edges using an appropriate tool should free the case.

  • Their is a lens peice that will fall out of the inside of the camera. Set this aside for now.

  • You should now have access to the logic ribbons on the front of the camera.

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Flip the small tab holding down this logic ribbon. Flip the larger tab holding down this other logic ribbon. Both of the ribbons should be easily removeable now. We will now be able to access the last ribbon connecting the display to the camera.
  • Flip the small tab holding down this logic ribbon.

  • Flip the larger tab holding down this other logic ribbon.

  • Both of the ribbons should be easily removeable now. We will now be able to access the last ribbon connecting the display to the camera.

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Flip the tab and remove the last ribbon. The display can now be lifted off the camera and the logic ribbons attached in the front can slide out. Prepare your replacement display and move on to reassembly.
  • Flip the tab and remove the last ribbon.

  • The display can now be lifted off the camera and the logic ribbons attached in the front can slide out.

  • Prepare your replacement display and move on to reassembly.

My camera model is S110 pc1882. What if i go buy a display told to be for pc1889? Any issues expected?

Besides i cannot find a display for pc1882 over the web yet!!:(

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Reassembly

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

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Oh My God, it works!!! Thanks for the great instructions, very clear and easy.

Thank you!!!

robertmadsen2000 - Reply

Caution, the re-assembly is much more challenging than the dear-down. Masking tape (to temporarily hold the screen and func. set dial assembly in place while attaching the ribbon cables), tooth picks (the ends fit nicely in the ribbon cable holes) and a small plastic putty knife (for raising cable hold-downs) nay come in handy. You will find that the camera face has a ribbon cable for the control ring. When reassembling, note that there are anchor nobs over which holes in the cables go - front side of camera. Reinserting the func set cable under the control ring after attaching the screen cables is difficult (tight fit). Try inserting tooth picks to make room. My new screen cost $30 from D H Cameras on eBay.

Dennis - Reply

To reassembly your device:

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Jaibca - Reply

The Canon S110 has two models, PC1819 and PC1882. The LED displays I see on eBay are described as PC1819 displays. My S110 is a PC1882 model. Do I need to buy one specifically for the PC1882 or will the PC1819 work? The only mention in the S110 Owners Manual about models is in the chapter on WLAN.

Lee - Reply

Hi Lee. Did you find an answer to your above question? I have the same issue and bought a display from aliexpress for pc1819 (my can is 1889). Asked to seller and he replied there is no difference. Now will need to go a repair house to see if it works.

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