Introduction

The shutter button can oftentimes get caked with mud. Because it isn't fixed with screws or glue, it can also become stuck from constant use. Simply replacing the entire button, after removing the front panel and side buttons, is a simple fix.

Image 1/2: When reassembling, you must turn this wheel to the right until it clicks. Image 2/2: When reassembling, you must turn this wheel to the right until it clicks.
  • Using your thumb and pointer finger, open the card/battery hatch by pressing the center button of the wheel and turning the entire wheel to the left.

  • When reassembling, you must turn this wheel to the right until it clicks.

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  • You should feel the door begin to loosen. Carefully pull the hatch open.

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  • Push the yellow battery/charger compartment tab up using your thumb nail.

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Image 1/2: Slowly pull the battery completely out. Image 2/2: Slowly pull the battery completely out.
  • After pressing the yellow tab, the battery should loosen.

  • Slowly pull the battery completely out.

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Image 1/2: Carefully pull the plate off of the face. Image 2/2: Carefully pull the plate off of the face.
  • Using the T4 Torx Screwdriver, remove the 2, 4mm screws holding the N-Mark plate in place.

  • Carefully pull the plate off of the face.

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Image 1/2: Avoid bending or scratching the front face. Image 2/2: Avoid bending or scratching the front face.
  • Using the metal spudger tool, pry the colored face from the camera body.

  • Avoid bending or scratching the front face.

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Image 1/2: If this piece does not come loose easily, try using the nylon spudger. Image 2/2: If this piece does not come loose easily, try using the nylon spudger.
  • Using your thumb, separate the top piece of plastic from the camera.

  • If this piece does not come loose easily, try using the nylon spudger.

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Image 1/3: Atop the camera, there are two buttons. The shutter button should be the largest of the two. Image 2/3: Atop the camera, there are two buttons. The shutter button should be the largest of the two. Image 3/3: Atop the camera, there are two buttons. The shutter button should be the largest of the two.
  • Using tweezers from the precision tweezer set, carefully loosen the shutter button.

  • Atop the camera, there are two buttons. The shutter button should be the largest of the two.

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Conclusion

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

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