Introduction

Use this guide to access LCD screen and make repairs.

Identify the battery port on the underside of the camera.
  • Identify the battery port on the underside of the camera.

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Using your thumb, slide the port to the right and release. Using your thumb, slide the port to the right and release.
  • Using your thumb, slide the port to the right and release.

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Remove the battery.
  • Remove the battery.

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To avoid severe electric shock do not remove or tamper with internal camera flash components. An electrical capacitor is attached to the flash that can discharge if contact is made. Remove the two side screws, indicated by the red circles, using a Phillips #00 screwdriver. Remove the screw in the battery port, indicated by the blue circle, again using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.
  • To avoid severe electric shock do not remove or tamper with internal camera flash components. An electrical capacitor is attached to the flash that can discharge if contact is made.

  • Remove the two side screws, indicated by the red circles, using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

  • Remove the screw in the battery port, indicated by the blue circle, again using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

  • Remove the front face by gently peeling the housing away from the camera.

You also need to remove the two #00 screws on the bottom (next to the tripod mount threaded hole) and the small screw under the AV Out door on the side.

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Remove the back face by using a spudger to lift the tab highlighted in yellow Pivot the back face clockwise as seen in the second photo. Pivot the back face clockwise as seen in the second photo.
  • Remove the back face by using a spudger to lift the tab highlighted in yellow

  • Pivot the back face clockwise as seen in the second photo.

You need to remove the #00 screw on the side holding the front back panel (shown in the second image already removed)

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Remove the A/V port cover [no tools are necessary] Remove the A/V port cover [no tools are necessary]
  • Remove the A/V port cover [no tools are necessary]

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Remove the three screws attached to the bottom of the LCD brackets Remove the three screws attached to the bottom of the LCD brackets
  • Remove the three screws attached to the bottom of the LCD brackets

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Remove the one quarter bracket around the LCD screen Remove the three quarter bracket around the LCD screen.
  • Remove the one quarter bracket around the LCD screen

  • Remove the three quarter bracket around the LCD screen.

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Please Note: There are two areas of interest before removing the final bracket. First, use a spudger to pry the the two tabs from the small guide pins. Second, slide the bracket to the right as indicated in the second picture while lifting up. A small tab is holding the final bracket in place.
  • Please Note: There are two areas of interest before removing the final bracket.

    • First, use a spudger to pry the the two tabs from the small guide pins.

    • Second, slide the bracket to the right as indicated in the second picture while lifting up. A small tab is holding the final bracket in place.

  • Remove the square metal bracket.

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At this point the screen should be easy to lift from the camera body.
  • At this point the screen should be easy to lift from the camera body.

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Lift the LCD screen and remove the two ribbon cables. Lift the LCD screen and remove the two ribbon cables. Lift the LCD screen and remove the two ribbon cables.
  • Lift the LCD screen and remove the two ribbon cables.

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Conclusion

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

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