Introduction

This guide will help you replace an LCD screen that is cracked, broken , or otherwise malfunctioning. Repair is fairly easy to do. One must be mindful of the many small screws that need to be removed to access the screen.

Image 1/2: If you are adjusting the hand-strap, tighten or loosen the Velcro strap accordingly and reattach it. Image 2/2: To remove the hand-strap, pull the Velcro strip through the leather pad.
  • Pull up the Velcro strap starting from the front of the camera and working your way towards the back.

  • If you are adjusting the hand-strap, tighten or loosen the Velcro strap accordingly and reattach it.

  • To remove the hand-strap, pull the Velcro strip through the leather pad.

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  • Remove the strap from the camera body.

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Image 1/2: Slide the battery out from the body. Image 2/2: Slide the battery out from the body.
  • Press in the battery release tab located on the bottom of the camera.

  • Slide the battery out from the body.

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Image 1/2: Remove four more 6mm Phillips #00 screws found on the bottom of the camera. Image 2/2: Remove four more 6mm Phillips #00 screws found on the bottom of the camera.
  • Start by removing the two 6mm Phillips #00 screws located on the right side of the camera.

  • Remove four more 6mm Phillips #00 screws found on the bottom of the camera.

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Image 1/2: Look to the swivel point for the screen to find the last two 5mm Phillips #00 screws that must be removed. Image 2/2: Look to the swivel point for the screen to find the last two 5mm Phillips #00 screws that must be removed.
  • Open the display screen and remove the three 5mm Phillips #00 screws.

  • Look to the swivel point for the screen to find the last two 5mm Phillips #00 screws that must be removed.

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  • Gently pull the plastic casing away from the camera.

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  • Remove the LCD display from the camera body.

The LCD screen cannot be removed on the R600 without removing two screws found on the inside of the body. To get to those screws you have to remove the entire "insides" of the camera.

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Image 1/3: Before removing, use the plastic opening tool to pry apart the plastic hinge cover. Image 2/3: Remove the cover. Image 3/3: Remove the cover.
  • Rotate the display hinge to reveal two 4mm Phillips #00 screws.

  • Before removing, use the plastic opening tool to pry apart the plastic hinge cover.

  • Remove the cover.

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Image 1/3: Pull the LCD display back cover to reveal the motherboard covering the screen. Image 2/3: Remove one more 4mm Phillips #00 screw. Image 3/3: Remove one more 4mm Phillips #00 screw.
  • Remove the two 4mm Phillips #00 screws.

  • Pull the LCD display back cover to reveal the motherboard covering the screen.

  • Remove one more 4mm Phillips #00 screw.

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Image 1/3: Use a plastic opening tool to lift the ribbon connector tab. Image 2/3: The LCD display can now be replaced! Image 3/3: The LCD display can now be replaced!
  • Pull the screen protector away from the LCD display.

  • Use a plastic opening tool to lift the ribbon connector tab.

  • The LCD display can now be replaced!

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Conclusion

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

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Where did you find the replacement LCD screen at? Specifically I am looking for the Vixia HF M41A version

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