Introduction

Something is wrong with the Navigation Panel? Try replacing it.

Image 1/1: Remove the single 3.5 mm screw from the bottom of the camera using a #00 Phillips screwdriver.
  • Remove the three 4 mm screws from the bottom of the camera using a #00 Phillips screwdriver.

  • Remove the single 3.5 mm screw from the bottom of the camera using a #00 Phillips screwdriver.

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Image 1/2: Swing the battery compartment door open. Image 2/2: Remove the 3.5 mm screw from the inside with a #00 Phillips screwdriver.
  • With the bottom of the camera facing you, slide the latch on the compartment to the left.

  • Swing the battery compartment door open.

  • Remove the 3.5 mm screw from the inside with a #00 Phillips screwdriver.

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  • With the screen facing you, locate the two 3.5 mm screws on the left face of the camera. Remove them using a #00 Phillips screwdriver.

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Image 1/1: Two of the screws are located under the port tabs.
  • With the screen facing you, locate the three 3.5 mm screws on the right face of the camera. Remove them with a #00 Phillips screwdriver.

  • Two of the screws are located under the port tabs.

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Image 1/2: Using a plastic prying tool, pry at the line to remove the camera case. Image 2/2: It may take several attempts to remove the case. Remember to pry at all the crease locations on the camera, and not just one spot.
  • Locate the crease where the case comes together.

  • Using a plastic prying tool, pry at the line to remove the camera case.

  • It may take several attempts to remove the case. Remember to pry at all the crease locations on the camera, and not just one spot.

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Image 1/3: It may take a little pressure to get the panel to separate. Image 2/3: Be careful not to damage the ribbon cable that is still attached to the camera. Image 3/3: Be careful not to damage the ribbon cable that is still attached to the camera.
  • Slide the yellow navigation panel to the right so that it can be lifted up.

  • It may take a little pressure to get the panel to separate.

  • Be careful not to damage the ribbon cable that is still attached to the camera.

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  • Remove the three 4 mm screws with a #00 Phillips screwdriver.

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Image 1/1: Gently pull the copper tape off of the metal plate.
  • Locate the magnet and copper tape on the left side of the camera.

  • Gently pull the copper tape off of the metal plate.

  • The copper tape is attached with some glue, so a little force will be needed to detach it.

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Image 1/3: The navigation should still be attached to the circuit board with a ribbon cable as indicated in red. Image 2/3: Detach the ribbon cable that is connecting the LCD screen and the circuit board. Image 3/3: Detach the ribbon cable that is connecting the LCD screen and the circuit board.
  • Lift the screen up and swing it to the right, exposing the circuit board underneath.

  • The navigation should still be attached to the circuit board with a ribbon cable as indicated in red.

  • Detach the ribbon cable that is connecting the LCD screen and the circuit board.

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Image 1/1: The navigation panel can now be removed.
  • Detach the ribbon cable connecting the navigation panel to the camera.

  • The navigation panel can now be removed.

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Conclusion

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

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