Introduction

This guide demonstrates how to install a LCD.

  1. Turn off camera by firmly pressing the power button that is located on the top of the camera near the selector dial.
    • Turn off camera by firmly pressing the power button that is located on the top of the camera near the selector dial.

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  2. Press thumb firmly on battery door and slide it in the direction of the arrow.
    • Press thumb firmly on battery door and slide it in the direction of the arrow.

    • Lift thumb allowing the door to swing open.

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    • Turn the camera off by firmly pressing the power button located on top of the camera.

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    • Locate the 7 screws holding the back cover on.

      • Three screws are located on the bottom of the camera.

      • Two screws are located on the side shown in the photograph.

      • Two final screws are located on the opposite side shown in the photograph.

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    • Remove all 7 screws:

      • Hold the camera firmly with one hand so that you can still see a screw.

      • Place the Philips 00(Found here)screwdriver into the screw.

      • Turn the screwdriver to the left until it is free.

      • Repeat for the remaining screws.

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    • Use plastic opening tools to slightly open the side of the case.

    • Insert a plastic opening tool and apply pressure to the internal three tabs at the top.

      • The first two are near the words "3X Optical Zoom".

      • The third is near the shutter button.

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    • Gently pull apart the back cover from the rest of the camera.

      • Make sure there are no more screws or tabs keeping the cover on.

      • Use the plastic opening tool to separate any sides still closely connected.

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    • Open the battery door.

      • Press thumb firmly on battery door and slide it in the direction of the arrow.

      • Lift thumb allowing the door to swing open.

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    • Use the plastic opening tool to lift the casing around the shutter button.

    • Gently remove the front cover from the device.

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    • Do not touch the terminals shown in the photo. These link to the capacitor which could shock you if not discharged.

    • To discharge the capacitor follow this guide.

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    • Once the front cover is removed, the battery door maybe closed for convenience.

    • Locate the exposed portion of the LCD screen.

    • Use a wedge to free the LCD screen from the medal housing.

    • Do not pull the screen away completely, it is still attached to the logic board via the yellow cable.

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    • Remove the screw at the upper right corner of the metal housing.

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    • Locate the 2 solder joints holding down the medal housing.

    • Remove the solder.

      • Place wick on solder.

      • Place solder iron on wick

      • The wick should be sandwiched between the iron and the solder.

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    • Peel back the black tape from the metal housing.

    • Lift the metal housing from the left so that it hinges on its right side.

      • The metal housing is still loosely attached on its right side.

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    • Locate black tab holding the LCD screen connector in the port.

    • Use wedge or fingernail to lift the black tab.

    • Pull the the LCD screen connector out of the port.

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Conclusion

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

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De sluiterknop werkt niet altijd, hoe is dit op te lossen?

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