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Introduction

My autofocus bearings were stopped, I could focus only between min to 0.5m. This will show how to reach a part which moves the lens and makes it to zoom and focus.

Done by Rimvydas Gudeliauskas

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Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/1: DO NOT FORGET: THAT YOU ARE DOING ALL ON YOUR OWN RESPONSIBILITY
  • Take the lens away from camera

  • DO NOT FORGET: THAT YOU ARE DOING ALL ON YOUR OWN RESPONSIBILITY

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Image 1/2: Unjoin cables. Be careful; they're delicate, and easily torn. Image 2/2: Try to avoid contact with the sensitive electronic components.
  • Unscrew the top part and detach it.

  • Unjoin cables. Be careful; they're delicate, and easily torn.

    • Try to avoid contact with the sensitive electronic components.

  • Unfasten the screws that hold the circuit board in place, and separate it from the rest of the lens assembly.

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Image 1/1:
  • Take away zoom rubber and you will find srews

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Image 1/2: Zoom bearing can be taken away by unscrewing its srews. Image 2/2: Zoom bearing can be taken away by unscrewing its srews.
  • Just take parts you need until you reach what you want to fix

  • Zoom bearing can be taken away by unscrewing its srews.

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Image 1/1: When you finish you can put all back together
  • Here is one of the parts which was broken, so I go to camera repair shop, and bought that parts. As this was not the only part broken, I had to leave for additional repair.

  • When you finish you can put all back together

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Conclusion

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

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