Introduction

The button pad lets the user control actions on the LCD screen. The arrow pad allows the user to move up, down, left, right, and select.

Image 1/3: Release and the door will pop open. Image 2/3: Release and the door will pop open. Image 3/3: Release and the door will pop open.
  • Slide the door on the bottom of the camera in the direction of the open symbol with your finger.

  • Release and the door will pop open.

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  • Slide the battery out.

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  • Remove lens cover from the camera by squeezing the protruding button on each side of the cover and pulling.

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Image 1/3: Push up so that the string starts to come out of the top of the loop. Image 2/3: Grab the string from above the loop and pull. Image 3/3: Grab the string from above the loop and pull.
  • Pull the lens cover string toward the ground so that the loop underneath the metal slab is on top of the cover string.

  • Push up so that the string starts to come out of the top of the loop.

  • Grab the string from above the loop and pull.

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  • Feed the string on top into the metal slab while pulling the loop toward you until the plastic piece stops you from pulling any further.

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  • Separate the two pieces of the loop and pull the lens cover up in between them.

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  • Pull the lens cover and the sting will come out of the metal slab.

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Image 1/3: This door has a memory card and A/V OUT symbol on it. Image 2/3: This door has a memory card and A/V OUT symbol on it. Image 3/3: This door has a memory card and A/V OUT symbol on it.
  • Flip open the door on the right side of the camera, when looking at the LCD screen.

  • This door has a memory card and A/V OUT symbol on it.

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  • Gently push SD/MMC to eject.

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  • Pull SD/MMC out of the camera.

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Image 1/3: Remove a total of six 3.968mm Phillips #00 screws. Two each from the left side, bottom, and right side. Image 2/3: Remove a total of six 3.968mm Phillips #00 screws. Two each from the left side, bottom, and right side. Image 3/3: Remove a total of six 3.968mm Phillips #00 screws. Two each from the left side, bottom, and right side.
  • Place lens cover back on the lens to prevent scratches or debris but leave string detached.

  • Remove a total of six 3.968mm Phillips #00 screws. Two each from the left side, bottom, and right side.

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Image 1/3: You may need to use a plastic opening tool as a wedge if it does not come apart by easily. Image 2/3: You may need to use a plastic opening tool as a wedge if it does not come apart by easily. Image 3/3: You may need to use a plastic opening tool as a wedge if it does not come apart by easily.
  • Pull the back cover away from the front cover.

  • You may need to use a plastic opening tool as a wedge if it does not come apart by easily.

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  • Separate the back cover from the front cover.

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  • Remove two Phillips #00 screws from the inside of the button pad on the back cover.

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  • Remove the metal piece shown.

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  • Remove the black ring from the back and the white button pad will fall out from the front.

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Conclusion

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

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