Introduction

Remove the back cover before removing LCD.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • Remove one 2.25mm screw on the bottom.

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  • Remove two 2.25mm screws on the right side looking from the front.

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  • Remove one 4.7mm screw on the side with the AV output.

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Image 1/1: The back cover tends to stick in the top corner (near the mode dial) due to a metal clip. Jiggle the cover side to side as you pull it out.
  • Pull off the back cover.

  • The back cover tends to stick in the top corner (near the mode dial) due to a metal clip. Jiggle the cover side to side as you pull it out.

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  • Remove 2 2.4mm screws on bottom.

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Image 1/1: Lift the back white portion to unlock the cable.
  • Follow the small data cable to where it connects to the camera.

  • Lift the back white portion to unlock the cable.

  • The cable should easily slide out.

  • The connector is very fragile. Use caution when lifting the lock.

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Image 1/1: There will be two data cables still attached to the camera. Do not break them.
  • Gently lift LCD display off.

  • There will be two data cables still attached to the camera. Do not break them.

  • There may be a loose strip of metal along the inner side of the LCD display for a secure fit.

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Image 1/1: Lift the front black portion of the connector to unlock the data cable.
  • Follow the larger cable to where it connects to the camera.

  • Lift the front black portion of the connector to unlock the data cable.

  • The cable should easily slide out.

  • The connector is very fragile. Use caution when lifting the lock.

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Conclusion

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

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where can I buy a replacement LCD screen for a SD800 IS

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