Remove the M3 x 4mm screws from the bottom of your device as indicated by the picture. using the Philips Head J0 Screw Driver Bit .
  • Remove the M3 x 4mm screws from the bottom of your device as indicated by the picture. using the Philips Head J0 Screw Driver Bit .

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Use your Philips Head Screwdriver to remove the M3 x 4mm screws from the left side of the device as indicated by the pictures.
  • Use your Philips Head Screwdriver to remove the M3 x 4mm screws from the left side of the device as indicated by the pictures.

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Use your Philips Head Screwdriver to remove the M3 x 4mm screws from the right side of the device as indicated by the pictures.
  • Use your Philips Head Screwdriver to remove the M3 x 4mm screws from the right side of the device as indicated by the pictures.

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Use your Philips Head Screwdriver to remove the M3 x 4mm screws from the camera flash lid as indicated by the picture. Remove the plastic cover from the flash lid by gentle pulling them apart or using the plastic opening tool.
  • Use your Philips Head Screwdriver to remove the M3 x 4mm screws from the camera flash lid as indicated by the picture.

  • Remove the plastic cover from the flash lid by gentle pulling them apart or using the plastic opening tool.

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Fold the lid down in order to access and remove the final M3 x 4mm screw using your Philips Head Screwdriver.
  • Fold the lid down in order to access and remove the final M3 x 4mm screw using your Philips Head Screwdriver.

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Use the plastic opening tool to pry the back and front casings of the camera apart. Once pried apart use your hands to pull off the back plate of the camera. You will need to apply a little bit of force to remove the back plate.
  • Use the plastic opening tool to pry the back and front casings of the camera apart.

  • Once pried apart use your hands to pull off the back plate of the camera.

  • You will need to apply a little bit of force to remove the back plate.

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Once the back plate is removed twist the battery cover clockwise and it should easily dislodge. Once the back plate is removed twist the battery cover clockwise and it should easily dislodge. Once the back plate is removed twist the battery cover clockwise and it should easily dislodge.
  • Once the back plate is removed twist the battery cover clockwise and it should easily dislodge.

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Gently pull the tab out of the motherboard and then the LCD screen should easily be removed. Gently pull the tab out of the motherboard and then the LCD screen should easily be removed. Gently pull the tab out of the motherboard and then the LCD screen should easily be removed.
  • Gently pull the tab out of the motherboard and then the LCD screen should easily be removed.

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Using your Philips head screwdriver remove the screws from the metal shield. Remove the metal shield. Remove the metal shield.
  • Using your Philips head screwdriver remove the screws from the metal shield.

  • Remove the metal shield.

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Find the speaker and gently pull away from the motherboard. It is just on by an adhesive. Identify where the speaker is connected to the motherboard and unsolder both of the connections, Guide for Soldering: How To Solder and Desolder Connections
  • Find the speaker and gently pull away from the motherboard. It is just on by an adhesive.

  • Identify where the speaker is connected to the motherboard and unsolder both of the connections,

  • Guide for Soldering: How To Solder and Desolder Connections

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Conclusion

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

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