Remove the batteries, memory card and wrist strap, if so equipped. Remove the three Phillips screws on the bottom. Remove the two Phillips screws on the right hand side.
  • Remove the batteries, memory card and wrist strap, if so equipped.

  • Remove the three Phillips screws on the bottom.

  • Remove the two Phillips screws on the right hand side.

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Remove the two screws on the left hand side. Nicely enough, all the screws are the same size. No need to keep them separated. Start splitting the case from the battery holder. You can use an opening tool or just your fingernails.
  • Remove the two screws on the left hand side.

  • Nicely enough, all the screws are the same size. No need to keep them separated.

  • Start splitting the case from the battery holder. You can use an opening tool or just your fingernails.

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The camera's front half will come off first. Remove the one screw on the top left of the camera. It this holds the back case on to the midframe. Remove the back case.
  • The camera's front half will come off first.

  • Remove the one screw on the top left of the camera. It this holds the back case on to the midframe.

  • Remove the back case.

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Gently move the LCD out of the holder. DO NOT TRY TO REMOVE THE LCD. Just fold it over. Remove the one screw on the top corner of the holder. Remove the ribbon cable from its connector. It is just pushed in. there are not clips to move. Gently pull it straight down.
  • Gently move the LCD out of the holder. DO NOT TRY TO REMOVE THE LCD. Just fold it over.

  • Remove the one screw on the top corner of the holder.

  • Remove the ribbon cable from its connector. It is just pushed in. there are not clips to move. Gently pull it straight down.

  • Remove the solder that connects the LCD holder to the top logic board.

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The LCD holding board and the switches are removed as one unit. Open the clip on the LCD ribbon cable connector. Use your fingernails to gently pull it toward the top of the camera. Remove the LCD.
  • The LCD holding board and the switches are removed as one unit.

  • Open the clip on the LCD ribbon cable connector. Use your fingernails to gently pull it toward the top of the camera.

  • Remove the LCD.

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Open the connectors for the CCD and the lens. Both use a clip that hold the cable is places. Move those gently into the opposite direction of the cables. this will free the cable. Remove the two screws that hold the lens in place. With the screws and the cables removed, use your fingers and push the lens upward and angled out of the midframe.
  • Open the connectors for the CCD and the lens. Both use a clip that hold the cable is places. Move those gently into the opposite direction of the cables. this will free the cable.

  • Remove the two screws that hold the lens in place.

  • With the screws and the cables removed, use your fingers and push the lens upward and angled out of the midframe.

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This is what your final result should look like. the lens is now free from the midframe and a new lens can be easily installed.
  • This is what your final result should look like. the lens is now free from the midframe and a new lens can be easily installed.

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Conclusion

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

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