Introduction

Use this guide to replace a broken or malfunctioning lens on your Fujifilm FinePix XP80 camera.

Open the side panel which houses the battery compartment. Press the center button down and twist the dial. Open the side panel which houses the battery compartment. Press the center button down and twist the dial. Open the side panel which houses the battery compartment. Press the center button down and twist the dial.
  • Open the side panel which houses the battery compartment. Press the center button down and twist the dial.

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Release the battery from its secured position by pulling the orange tab back. The battery can then be removed from its compartment.
  • Release the battery from its secured position by pulling the orange tab back. The battery can then be removed from its compartment.

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Using a Phillips PH000 bit, remove the five 2mm screws on the bottom of the camera.
  • Using a Phillips PH000 bit, remove the five 2mm screws on the bottom of the camera.

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Using a H1.3 hex head bit, remove the two 2mm screws from the top of the camera.
  • Using a H1.3 hex head bit, remove the two 2mm screws from the top of the camera.

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Using a H1.3 hex head bit, remove the two 2mm screws on the side of the camera.
  • Using a H1.3 hex head bit, remove the two 2mm screws on the side of the camera.

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Using a plastic opening tool, gently pry up the edge of the button case, located at the top of the camera, until it unclips.
  • Using a plastic opening tool, gently pry up the edge of the button case, located at the top of the camera, until it unclips.

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Gently pry the side area of the case apart.
  • Gently pry the side area of the case apart.

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Continue using the opening tool on the bottom of the camera to gently pry the case apart.
  • Continue using the opening tool on the bottom of the camera to gently pry the case apart.

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Use the plastic opening tool to carefully pry the yellow front panel completely away from the camera. Use your hands to take off the yellow back panel.
  • Use the plastic opening tool to carefully pry the yellow front panel completely away from the camera.

  • Use your hands to take off the yellow back panel.

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Using the H1.3 hex head bit, remove the four screws on the front of the camera.
  • Using the H1.3 hex head bit, remove the four screws on the front of the camera.

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Using the H1.3 hex head bit, remove the screw on the back of the camera.
  • Using the H1.3 hex head bit, remove the screw on the back of the camera.

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Open the battery compartment on the side of the camera.
  • Open the battery compartment on the side of the camera.

  • Using your plastic opening tool, carefully pry the two clips apart as indicated in the photo.

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Unclip the front interior panel from the top, bottom and side of the camera. Unclip the front interior panel from the top, bottom and side of the camera. Unclip the front interior panel from the top, bottom and side of the camera.
  • Unclip the front interior panel from the top, bottom and side of the camera.

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Gently open the camera, noting the presence of two orange tapes along one side that connect the motherboard to the LCD screen.
  • Gently open the camera, noting the presence of two orange tapes along one side that connect the motherboard to the LCD screen.

  • Open the camera like a book and lay both sides flat next to one another, leaving the orange tapes connected.

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Using a plastic opening tool, remove the entire lens housing.
  • Using a plastic opening tool, remove the entire lens housing.

  • Install the new lens and housing (it is replaced as a single unit).

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Conclusion

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

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