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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 all screws on the outside of the camera with a 00 Phillips-Head screwdriver

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

      • Four (4) screws on the bottom of the camera

      • Four (4) screws inside the battery cover

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Image 1/3: Two (2) screws are located in the left side of the device Image 2/3: Two (2) screws are locatecd in the right side of the device Image 3/3: Two (2) screws are locatecd in the right side of the device
  • Detach the bottom part of the camera by removing four (4) 3mm screws

    • Two (2) screws are located in the left side of the device

    • Two (2) screws are locatecd in the right side of the device

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Image 1/2: Be gentle when removing the back cover Image 2/2: Be gentle when removing the back cover
  • Use the Plastic Opening Tool to put light pressure and remove the back cover of the camera

  • Be gentle when removing the back cover

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  • Unscrew the four (4) 3mm screws to remove the screen from the circuit board

  • Use Tweezers to delicately detach the ribbon cable

  • Carefully remove the screen brace from the circuit board

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Image 1/3: Remove one (1) '''3mm '''screw from the circuit board Image 2/3: Remove one (1) '''3mm '''screw from the circuit board Image 3/3: Remove one (1) '''3mm '''screw from the circuit board
  • Remove the two (2) 3mm screws from inside flash compartment

  • Remove one (1) 3mm screw from the circuit board

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  • Use the Tweezers to detach the ribbon cable connecter from the circuit board

  • Use the Plastic Opening Tool to gently apply pressure on the top of the camera and remove the upper portion

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Image 1/3: Lift up the metal clamp Image 2/3: Use caution when removing the circuit board to avoid tearing the wires connected Image 3/3: Use caution when removing the circuit board to avoid tearing the wires connected
  • Remove the four (4) 3mm screws from the circuit board directly underneath the shutter button and gently move the circuit board aside

  • Lift up the metal clamp

  • Use caution when removing the circuit board to avoid tearing the wires connected

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  • Pull the small brace on top of the shutter button

  • Using the Tweezers, gently remove the shutter button

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Conclusion

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

Matthew Myers

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