Introduction

Use caution when going through with the procedure. This procedure involves doing operations near the motherboard of the device, which has many sensitive components.

Use the Phillips PH00 screwdriver to remove all the 0.5mm screws on the side.
  • Use the Phillips PH00 screwdriver to remove all the 0.5mm screws on the side.

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Use the Tri-point Y0 screwdriver to remove the two 0.5mm screws on the horizontal axis.
  • Use the Tri-point Y0 screwdriver to remove the two 0.5mm screws on the horizontal axis.

  • Remove the other two 0.5mm screws on the bottom with the PH00 screwdriver.

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  • Once you unscrew all of the screws, carefully remove the rear casing.

  • Be careful not to pull the rear casing, otherwise you will rip the ribbon cable.

  • Detach the ribbon cable by lifting the tab on the connector.

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  • Use a plastic opening tool to lift up the right side of the display screen.

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  • Once the screen is out, you will realize that it is still connected to the ribbon cable. To unplug this ribbon cable, use a plastic opening tool to pull up and to the left on the ribbon cable connector and release the ribbon cable.

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  • Using your PH00 screwdriver, unscrew the 0.5mm screw located on the bottom left hand corner where the display screen used to be.

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  • Use the PH00 screwdriver to unscrew the 0.5mm screws located near the top left corner, top right corner, and bottom right corner.

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  • Lift up the gray component where the display screen use to sit in.

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Conclusion

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

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Hi, any idea how i can get to the shutter button mechanism, it’s stopped working and I don’t want to break anything in my impatience to fix it :)

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