Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/3: Remove batteries from the battery compartment located on the bottom of the camera Image 2/3: Remove SD card for the card reader compartment located on the flat side (left side)  of the camera Image 3/3: Remove SD card for the card reader compartment located on the flat side (left side)  of the camera
  • Make sure the camera is turned off here.

  • Remove batteries from the battery compartment located on the bottom of the camera

  • Remove SD card for the card reader compartment located on the flat side (left side) of the camera

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Image 1/1:
  • Remove 2 screws on the rounded side of the camera wisdom here.

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Image 1/2: All silver screws go into the side of the camera that is silver Image 2/2: All black screws go into the side of the camera that is black
  • Remove 3 screws on the flat side of the camera

    • All silver screws go into the side of the camera that is silver

    • All black screws go into the side of the camera that is black

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Image 1/1: All silver screws go into the side of the camera that is silver
  • Remove 4 screws from the bottom of the camera

  • All silver screws go into the side of the camera that is silver

  • All black screws go into the side of the camera that is black

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Image 1/3: WARNING: When pulling the front plastic casing, be careful of the wire that are connected to the aperture control Image 2/3: Use minimal force so that the plastic casing does not break Image 3/3: When separating the small silver sliding indicator for view/off/playback may fall out
  • Separate the front and back pieces of the cameras plastic casing using a spudgerm here.

    • WARNING: When pulling the front plastic casing, be careful of the wire that are connected to the aperture control

    • Use minimal force so that the plastic casing does not break

    • When separating the small silver sliding indicator for view/off/playback may fall out

    • The plastic viewing window located on the top of the camera may also become lose and fall out

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Image 1/3: You will need to use a spudger to unsolder the copper paneling Image 2/3: Use the spudger to separate the back circuit board from the camera Image 3/3: Use the spudger to separate the back circuit board from the camera
  • Remove copper sheet from the front paneling and back.

    • You will need to use a spudger to unsolder the copper paneling

    • Use the spudger to separate the back circuit board from the camera

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Image 1/2: Exert minimal force required to pull the screen loose from the camera Image 2/2: Remove the pink and white wiring from the internal paneling.  These wires are soldered in
  • The picture viewing screen is glued to the backing as well as wired in with pink and white wires.

    • Exert minimal force required to pull the screen loose from the camera

    • Remove the pink and white wiring from the internal paneling. These wires are soldered in

    • Remove the orange data hookup cable which feeds into the back circuit board

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  • Once all wires have been detached and the old screen has been removed place the new screen into the camera.

  • Insert data hookup into the back of the camera and into the new screen

  • Re-solder the new pink and white wire onto the internal circuit board

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Conclusion

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

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