Introduction

If you are unable to mount your camera to a tripod, the tripod socket could be broken and may need to be replaced.

Parts

No parts required.

With a screwdriver, remove the (7) black Phillips #00 5.0mm screws on the bottom of the camera.
  • With a screwdriver, remove the (7) black Phillips #00 5.0mm screws on the bottom of the camera.

  • The screws are located on the outer edge of the bottom panel.

  • Be careful when removing the screws from the panel because they are easy to lose.

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Once all the screws are removed, the panel should easily come off. Remove the bottom panel of the camera by placing your index finger and thumb on the outer edges of the panel.
  • Once all the screws are removed, the panel should easily come off.

  • Remove the bottom panel of the camera by placing your index finger and thumb on the outer edges of the panel.

  • Pull the bottom panel towards you, it should come off easily.

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The tripod socket is visible when the bottom panel is removed.
  • The tripod socket is visible when the bottom panel is removed.

  • Remove the (3) black Phillips #00 6.25mm screws from the tripod socket.

  • When the screws are removed, the tripod socket is free and can easily be lost.

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Use the tweezers to gently remove the tripod socket, and replace it. Use the tweezers to gently remove the tripod socket, and replace it.
  • Use the tweezers to gently remove the tripod socket, and replace it.

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Conclusion

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

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