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  • Remove the screws from the top and bottom of the camera. Remove the screws from the side of the camera where the lanyard is. Secure the exterior decorative fascia of the unit using the T5 Torx bit out of the 26 driver iFixit kit.

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  • Use a plastic opening tool to remove the fascia off of the securing attachments.

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Image 1/2: Work your way around the exterior of the case. Image 2/2: ***Be careful when using the plastic opening tool around the case. Use caution when releasing the small section on the bottom of the unit.
  • Use the plastic opening tool to pry the casing off of the camera at the case points to loosen the case.

  • Work your way around the exterior of the case.

  • ***Be careful when using the plastic opening tool around the case. Use caution when releasing the small section on the bottom of the unit.

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Image 1/3: Make sure to avoid the lens protrusion so you don't crack the case. Image 2/3: Make sure to avoid the lens protrusion so you don't crack the case. Image 3/3: Make sure to avoid the lens protrusion so you don't crack the case.
  • Carefully slide the case to the left.

  • Make sure to avoid the lens protrusion so you don't crack the case.

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  • Remove the screws from the lens cover

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  • Remove the screws from the side metal cover of outer case.

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  • Gently remove the Lens from the housing.

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Image 1/1: Using the spongerslowly work your way around the outside of the case using the sponging tool to pry open the case.
  • Locate the securing tabs of the housing unit.

  • Using the spongerslowly work your way around the outside of the case using the sponging tool to pry open the case.

  • *** Take extreme caution when doing this being careful not to break the securing tabs of the housing.

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Image 1/1: Carefully ensure that the LCD screen is free from all attachments and any tape securing the ribbon cable is released.
  • Once the case is open locate the Ribbon cable attachment for the LCD screen.

  • Carefully ensure that the LCD screen is free from all attachments and any tape securing the ribbon cable is released.

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  • Gently lift up on the black securing bar of the ribbon cable in order to free it from the units motherboard, thus releasing the LCD from the computer.

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Image 1/3: Gently lift the ribbon cable securing bar and slide the ribbon cable from the socket in order to remove the rear control panel. Image 2/3: Gently lift the ribbon cable securing bar and slide the ribbon cable from the socket in order to remove the rear control panel. Image 3/3: Gently lift the ribbon cable securing bar and slide the ribbon cable from the socket in order to remove the rear control panel.
  • Locate the ribbon cable attachment for the rear panel controls.

  • Gently lift the ribbon cable securing bar and slide the ribbon cable from the socket in order to remove the rear control panel.

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Image 1/3: **two of the screws may be covered by tape. Remove the tape to access them. Image 2/3: Use the PH000 Phillip’s screwdriver bit from the Ifixit driver kit to remove the screws and free the control panel from the unit. Image 3/3: Use the PH000 Phillip’s screwdriver bit from the Ifixit driver kit to remove the screws and free the control panel from the unit.
  • Locate the six screws on the control panel.

  • **two of the screws may be covered by tape. Remove the tape to access them.

  • Use the PH000 Phillip’s screwdriver bit from the Ifixit driver kit to remove the screws and free the control panel from the unit.

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Conclusion

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

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