Introduction

The Canon Selphy CP910 is used to print pictures from a camera and WiFi connection. If there are any issues with the body of the printer, it may be necessary to remove it. For information regarding troubleshooting issues with the Canon Selphy CP910, go to Canon Selphy CP910 Troubleshooting.

Contact the manufacturer for inquiries about receiving parts of the Canon Selphy CP910.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Turn the printer over. Use the PH1 screw bit to  remove the three 8 mm screws in the middle of the back plate.
    • Turn the printer over.

    • Use the PH1 screw bit to remove the three 8 mm screws in the middle of the back plate.

    • Keep track of these screws because you will need them to reassemble the printer.

  2. Loosen up the four 10 mm corner screws. A screwdriver with a long shaft approximately 7mm in diameter will make it easier to reach these screws. A screwdriver with a long shaft approximately 7mm in diameter will make it easier to reach these screws.
    • Loosen up the four 10 mm corner screws.

    • A screwdriver with a long shaft approximately 7mm in diameter will make it easier to reach these screws.

  3. Turn the device around and remove the "open" lid. This lid needs to be removed in order to take the printer apart. Gently bend the lid and remove it from its hinges.
    • Turn the device around and remove the "open" lid.

    • This lid needs to be removed in order to take the printer apart.

    • Gently bend the lid and remove it from its hinges.

  4. Turn the device back over and lift the top panel up. Disconnect the ribbon cables leading to the LCD screen. Pull the top panel off.
    • Turn the device back over and lift the top panel up.

    • Disconnect the ribbon cables leading to the LCD screen.

    • Pull the top panel off.

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  6. Use the PH1 screw driver to remove the three screws on the motherboard. Use the PH1 screw driver to remove the three screws on the motherboard.
    • Use the PH1 screw driver to remove the three screws on the motherboard.

  7. Remove the printer. This will prevent the printer from falling out during repair.
    • Remove the printer.

    • This will prevent the printer from falling out during repair.

  8. Remove the output connections. Be careful! Do not pull too hard because the wires might rip. Output connections are located on the corners of the motherboard.
    • Remove the output connections.

    • Be careful! Do not pull too hard because the wires might rip.

    • Output connections are located on the corners of the motherboard.

  9. The motherboard is attached to three more ribbon wires. Detach these wires.
    • The motherboard is attached to three more ribbon wires.

    • Detach these wires.

    • Be careful not to pull too hard.

  10. Separate the motherboard from the main hard drive. Separate the motherboard from the main hard drive.
    • Separate the motherboard from the main hard drive.

  11. Remove the main hard drive from the printer body. Remove the main hard drive from the printer body. Remove the main hard drive from the printer body.
    • Remove the main hard drive from the printer body.

  12. Gently remove the fan from the body. The fan is glued to the case. When you install it in the new body, use hot glue to secure it in place.
    • Gently remove the fan from the body.

    • The fan is glued to the case. When you install it in the new body, use hot glue to secure it in place.

  13. The empty case will look like this once all the parts are removed. The empty case will look like this once all the parts are removed.
    • The empty case will look like this once all the parts are removed.

Conclusion

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

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