Introduction

This guide disassembles the capture button, so the device can be checked for a broken spring or for debris blocking its movement.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Locate and remove the silver screws on each side of the camera.
    • Locate and remove the silver screws on each side of the camera.

    • Use the Phillips #00 Screwdriver to unscrew all 2.0mm (4 instances) and 4.0mm (2 instances) screws.

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  2. Then, carefully pry apart the front and back outer casing away from the internal components.
    • Then, carefully pry apart the front and back outer casing away from the internal components.

    • Be aware of the ribbon wire that will disconnect when the casing is detached.

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    • Choosing the front half of the casing, locate the capture button on the top.

    • Using tweezers, apply pressure to the two black hooks (circled in red) while holding the button down from the outside of the case.

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    • The button will spring free. The capture device consists of the plastic button and a small metal spring.

    • The button can be reassembled by using the tweezers to place the spring rectangle-side down on the button and snapping the button back into place.

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Conclusion

Reassemble the casing by reversing steps 1 and 2.

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