Tools

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Parts

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  • Remove the red rubber case from the device. This should come off with ease.

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Image 1/1: Using a philips head, size #00, screwdriver, remove the screws in each corner of the plastic casing.(total of 4 screws)
  • Turn the device so the screen is facing away from you.

  • Using a philips head, size #00, screwdriver, remove the screws in each corner of the plastic casing.(total of 4 screws)

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Image 1/1: This might take a little bit of force to accomplish, don't be afraid to go at it with a little gusto.
  • Remove the device casing using a small plastic pry bar.

    • This might take a little bit of force to accomplish, don't be afraid to go at it with a little gusto.

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  • After loosening the back cover, remove it from the device so you can get at the innards.

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Image 1/1: The ribbon cable is inserted into a slot on the board.
  • Using tweezers remove tape that connects the board to the camera's ribbon cable.

    • The ribbon cable is inserted into a slot on the board.

  • Lift the slot's locking tab up to easily remove the ribbon cable from the board.

  • May require force

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Image 1/1: Make sure the locking tab on the slot is in its up position before inserting tape.
  • Place the new camera piece in place of the old and plug its ribbon cable back into the respective slot on the board.

    • Make sure the locking tab on the slot is in its up position before inserting tape.

  • Once the tape is inserted press the locking tab back to its down position to securely fasten the ribbon cable.

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Conclusion

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

Kaila Joy

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