Image 1/3: Remove the three Phillips screws on the bottom. Image 2/3: Remove the two Phillips screws on the right hand side. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Nicely enough, all the screws are the same size. No need to keep them separated. Image 2/3: Start splitting the case from the battery holder. You can use an opening tool or just your fingernails. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Remove the one screw on the top left of the camera. It this holds the back case on to the midframe. Image 2/3: Remove the back case. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Remove the one screw on the top corner of the holder. Image 2/3: Remove the ribbon cable from its connector. It is just pushed in. there are not clips to move. Gently pull it straight down. Image 3/3: Remove the solder that connects the LCD holder to the top logic board.
  • 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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Image 1/3: Open the clip on the LCD ribbon cable connector. Use your fingernails to gently pull it toward the top of the camera. Image 2/3: Remove the LCD. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Remove the two screws that hold the lens in place. Image 2/3: With the screws and the cables removed, use your fingers and push the lens upward and angled out of the midframe. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/1:
  • 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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