Introduction

Replace your broken shutter release button so that you can take pictures with your camera.

  1. Locate the battery compartment on the bottom panel of the camera.
    • Locate the battery compartment on the bottom panel of the camera.

    • Open the battery door by using a coin.

    • In the counterclockwise direction, twist the coin in the battery door groove to open it.

  2. Two batteries are located inside the battery chamber.
    • Two batteries are located inside the battery chamber.

    • Remove the two batteries from the battery chamber by picking them up.

    • There is a screw located underneath the batteries in the battery compartment.

    • Unscrew and remove the (1) black Phillips #00 5mm screw from the battery compartment.

    • Ensure good lighting before attempting to remove this screw because it is hard to see inside the compartment.

    • From underneath the flash assembly, remove the (1) black Phillips #00 5mm screw

    • Be careful because you can lose the screw

    • The only screws remaining that hold the top panel of the camera in place are located next to the view finder.

    • Remove the (2) black Phillips #00 5mm screws from both sides of the view finder.

    • Be careful because you can lose the screw

    • The top panel of the camera should now be easy to lift off. If it is not, make sure that all screws and attachments, listed in steps 1-5, have been removed.

    • Once all screws are removed, lift the top panel from the camera.

    • Be careful when removing the top panel because there are wires connected to it.

    • Use a metal spudger to push the button out of its socket so that you can place a new one in its place.

Conclusion

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

Jordan Ellery

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