Introduction

During this guild you will learn how to get to the inner components of the camera and how to remove the button circuit board.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/2: Hold the camera upside down with your right thumb on the battery chamber cover. Image 2/2: The lens should be be facing your body.
  • Make sure to power the device down before taking any other actions.

  • Hold the camera upside down with your right thumb on the battery chamber cover.

  • The lens should be be facing your body.

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Image 1/2: Once you pull the cover all the way out release it, this will reveal the battery. Image 2/2: Once you pull the cover all the way out release it, this will reveal the battery.
  • While holding the camera, pull the battery chamber cover towards your body with your right thumb.

  • Once you pull the cover all the way out release it, this will reveal the battery.

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Image 1/3: Once the battery is released grab the battery with your right thumb and pointer finger and remove it from the battery chamber, try putting it on a charger, if that is not the problem then a replacement battery is necessary. Image 2/3: The battery should be removed before performing any other repairs. Image 3/3: The battery should be removed before performing any other repairs.
  • There is an orange battery latch that holds the battery down in place, with your finger push that latch away from you and this will release the battery.

  • Once the battery is released grab the battery with your right thumb and pointer finger and remove it from the battery chamber, try putting it on a charger, if that is not the problem then a replacement battery is necessary.

  • The battery should be removed before performing any other repairs.

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Image 1/3: Remove two 5.1mm Phillips #1 screws on the left side of the camera relative to the LCD screen. Image 2/3: Remove two 5.1mm Phillips #1 screws on the right side of the camera relative to the LCD screen nearest to the mode wheel. Image 3/3: Remove two 5.1mm Phillips #1 screws on the right side of the camera relative to the LCD screen nearest to the mode wheel.
  • Remove four 2.5mm Phillips #1 screws on the bottom of the camera near where the camera mount attaches.

  • Remove two 5.1mm Phillips #1 screws on the left side of the camera relative to the LCD screen.

  • Remove two 5.1mm Phillips #1 screws on the right side of the camera relative to the LCD screen nearest to the mode wheel.

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Image 1/2: Carefully lift the ribbon clamp connector back using the tweezers and remove the blue ribbon. Image 2/2: Do '''NOT '''pull on ribbon if the ribbon clamp connector still grasps the blue ribbon. This could cause severe damage to the ribbon.
  • Place the camera lens face down with the LCD screen face up on a flat surface, or hold it. Carefully lift the camera’s back cover approximately 1 inch.

  • Carefully lift the ribbon clamp connector back using the tweezers and remove the blue ribbon.

  • Do NOT pull on ribbon if the ribbon clamp connector still grasps the blue ribbon. This could cause severe damage to the ribbon.

  • If you are replacing the LCD monitor you can skip steps 6 and 7 for the selector button circuit board guide and go directly to the LCD monitor repair guide.

  • If you are replacing the Mode Dial you can skip steps 6 and 7 for the selector button circuit board guide and go directly to the Mode Dial repair guide.

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Image 1/1: Remove the three 3.5mm Phillips #1 screws located on the chip seen in the image.
  • Remove the back of the camera case and place it on a flat surface with the selector button circuit board facing up.

  • Remove the three 3.5mm Phillips #1 screws located on the chip seen in the image.

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Image 1/3: Image 2/3: Image 3/3:
  • Lift the chip with tweezers to remove it from the other remaining components.

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Conclusion

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

Matthew Kilmonis

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