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Introduction

This guide is a quick and easy way to replace your Kodak M532 screen.

Parts

No parts specified.

  1. Open the battery compartment on the bottom of the camera and remove the battery. Open the battery compartment on the bottom of the camera and remove the battery.
    • Open the battery compartment on the bottom of the camera and remove the battery.

  2. Remove two Phillips screws from each side of the camera (four screws total). Remove one additional Phillips screw from the bottom of the camera. Remove one additional Phillips screw from the bottom of the camera.
    • Remove two Phillips screws from each side of the camera (four screws total).

    • Remove one additional Phillips screw from the bottom of the camera.

  3. Inserting the prying tool as shown, gently separate the front and back pieces of the camera exterior. Inserting the prying tool as shown, gently separate the front and back pieces of the camera exterior. Inserting the prying tool as shown, gently separate the front and back pieces of the camera exterior.
    • Inserting the prying tool as shown, gently separate the front and back pieces of the camera exterior.

  4. Carefully remove the front and back exterior pieces from the camera body. Carefully remove the front and back exterior pieces from the camera body. Carefully remove the front and back exterior pieces from the camera body.
    • Carefully remove the front and back exterior pieces from the camera body.

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  6. Gently remove the frame with the top buttons. You should now have the screen and inside parts exposed as shown. You should now have the screen and inside parts exposed as shown.
    • Gently remove the frame with the top buttons.

    • You should now have the screen and inside parts exposed as shown.

  7. Lift the screen off the body.  Note that it is still connected on one side by the orange tape. Flip it over gently and let it rest off to the side where the tape is.
    • Lift the screen off the body. Note that it is still connected on one side by the orange tape.

    • Flip it over gently and let it rest off to the side where the tape is.

    • It is okay if the orange tape clips out of its spot.

  8. Remove the two Phillips screws. There is one at the top center and one in the bottom left corner. Remove the two Phillips screws. There is one at the top center and one in the bottom left corner.
    • Remove the two Phillips screws. There is one at the top center and one in the bottom left corner.

  9. Remove the top Phillips screw from the right side. Move the silver tape aside to access and remove the Phillips screw in the bottom corner. Move the silver tape aside to access and remove the Phillips screw in the bottom corner.
    • Remove the top Phillips screw from the right side.

    • Move the silver tape aside to access and remove the Phillips screw in the bottom corner.

  10. Gently pry up the clip on the top corner to release the metal casing and lift the casing out of the way. The casing is also connected via an orange tape on the right side that you may leave in place. Be sure to wear safety glasses while prying the clip.
    • Gently pry up the clip on the top corner to release the metal casing and lift the casing out of the way.

    • The casing is also connected via an orange tape on the right side that you may leave in place.

    • Be sure to wear safety glasses while prying the clip.

  11. Find the silver clip where the orange tape from the screen attaches to the circuit board. Lift up the silver clip. The orange tape will slide out, completely disconnecting the screen from the camera. Lift up the silver clip. The orange tape will slide out, completely disconnecting the screen from the camera.
    • Find the silver clip where the orange tape from the screen attaches to the circuit board.

    • Lift up the silver clip. The orange tape will slide out, completely disconnecting the screen from the camera.

Conclusion

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

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