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  • Open the battery cover and remove the AA batteries from the camera if any are inserted.

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  • Remove screws using a 00 Phillips-Head screwdriver:

    • Eight (8) 3mm screws on the lower portion of the camera

      • Four (4) on the bottom of the camera

      • Four (4) on the inside of the battery cover

    • Four (4) 6mm screws on the sides of the camera (two on each side)

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Image 1/1: The cover will easily lift off, so not much pressure is required.
  • Start from a corner and gently remove the bottom of the camera.

    • The cover will easily lift off, so not much pressure is required.

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  • Remove the four (4) 3mm screws attaching the LCD screen to the circuit board.

  • Use Tweezers to carefully detach the ribbon cable

    • Use extreme caution on this step, as the ribbon cable is very fragile and can rip very easily.

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  • Open the flash compartment and remove two (2) 3mm screws.

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Image 1/2: Use caution when removing the top of the camera Image 2/2: Use caution when removing the top of the camera
  • Use a Plastic Opening Tool to carefully remove the top of the camera.

  • Use caution when removing the top of the camera

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Image 1/3: Gently move the circuit board aside. Image 2/3: Gently move aside the metal sheet. Image 3/3: Gently move aside the metal sheet.
  • Remove four (4) 3mm screws from the circuit board underneath the button set.

    • Gently move the circuit board aside.

  • Gently move aside the metal sheet.

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  • Use Tweezers to carefully remove the flash button.

    • The button should simply pop out when light pressure is applied.

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Conclusion

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

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