Introduction

Sometimes the only thing wrong with your camera is a broken button that won't let you turn it on. This guide will show you how to replace those problematic buttons.

Using the Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the six 4.0mm screws marked in red. Then remove the panel cover by lightly pulling it off. Using the Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the six 4.0mm screws marked in red. Then remove the panel cover by lightly pulling it off. Using the Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the six 4.0mm screws marked in red. Then remove the panel cover by lightly pulling it off.
  • Using the Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the six 4.0mm screws marked in red. Then remove the panel cover by lightly pulling it off.

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Using the Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the four 5.5mm screws in the red circles. Then use a plastic opening tool to pry off the tripod socket. Remove the metal plate to have access to the 4.9mm screw under the orange circle, use the Phillips PH00 screwdriver to remove it. Remove the metal plate to have access to the 4.9mm screw under the orange circle, use the Phillips PH00 screwdriver to remove it.
  • Using the Phillips PH00 screwdriver, remove the four 5.5mm screws in the red circles. Then use a plastic opening tool to pry off the tripod socket.

  • Remove the metal plate to have access to the 4.9mm screw under the orange circle, use the Phillips PH00 screwdriver to remove it.

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Using a T4 head screwdriver remove the three 5.4mm screws marked with the red circles. Use a 1/4" flathead screwdriver  or a flat head tool to release the grip attachment screw. Remove the camera strap eyelet.
  • Using a T4 head screwdriver remove the three 5.4mm screws marked with the red circles.

  • Use a 1/4" flathead screwdriver or a flat head tool to release the grip attachment screw.

  • Remove the camera strap eyelet.

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Remove the grip attachment screw. Use a Phillips PH00 to remove the two 2.4mm screws on the grip attachment slot, then remove the slot. Use a Phillips PH00 to remove the two 2.4mm screws on the grip attachment slot, then remove the slot.
  • Remove the grip attachment screw.

  • Use a Phillips PH00 to remove the two 2.4mm screws on the grip attachment slot, then remove the slot.

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Use a T4 screwdriver to remove the three 5.4mm screw  marked with the red circles and the eyelet strap. Use a plastic opening tool to lift the front camera cover off. Use a plastic opening tool to lift the front camera cover off.
  • Use a T4 screwdriver to remove the three 5.4mm screw marked with the red circles and the eyelet strap.

  • Use a plastic opening tool to lift the front camera cover off.

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Use a Phillips PH00 to unscrew the two 3.5mm screws in red. Press the flash pop-up button in the orange rectangle to be able to remove top cover of the camera. Press the flash pop-up button in the orange rectangle to be able to remove top cover of the camera.
  • Use a Phillips PH00 to unscrew the two 3.5mm screws in red.

  • Press the flash pop-up button in the orange rectangle to be able to remove top cover of the camera.

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Use a plastic opening tool to lift off the top panel. Use a plastic opening tool to lift off the top panel. Use a plastic opening tool to lift off the top panel.
  • Use a plastic opening tool to lift off the top panel.

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If you needed to replace any buttons, you may now do so by pulling them off.
  • If you needed to replace any buttons, you may now do so by pulling them off.

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Conclusion

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

Lester Rodriguez Piti

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What if the flash button is not working? How will i open or fix it? Flash does not pop out

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