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Introduction

The zoom unit/shutter component located inside the main body of the camera under the motherboard will need to be replaced if non-functional.

  1. Remove all 4 screws from the bottom face of the camera using a Phillips #00 head screwdriver (found in iFixit tool kit). Remove all 4 screws from the bottom face of the camera using a Phillips #00 head screwdriver (found in iFixit tool kit).
    • Remove all 4 screws from the bottom face of the camera using a Phillips #00 head screwdriver (found in iFixit tool kit).

  2. Using a plastic tool, pry open the back panel of the camera. Be careful not to apply too much force and damage the camera. Using a plastic tool, pry open the back panel of the camera. Be careful not to apply too much force and damage the camera.
    • Using a plastic tool, pry open the back panel of the camera. Be careful not to apply too much force and damage the camera.

  3. Unscrew all 6 visible screws that secure the motherboard into place using a Phillips head screwdriver (found in iFixit tool kit).
    • Unscrew all 6 visible screws that secure the motherboard into place using a Phillips head screwdriver (found in iFixit tool kit).

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  5. Pull the shown panel off of the motherboard to expose the Image sensor connection
    • Pull the shown panel off of the motherboard to expose the Image sensor connection

  6. Lift tab up to remove the Image sensor connection strip.
    • Lift tab up to remove the Image sensor connection strip.

  7. Pull the gray panels back to allow the hidden micro usb and hdmi insert connectors to come free. Use a Metal Spudger to help with the process to get these connectors free from the frame. Use a Metal Spudger to help with the process to get these connectors free from the frame.
    • Pull the gray panels back to allow the hidden micro usb and hdmi insert connectors to come free.

    • Use a Metal Spudger to help with the process to get these connectors free from the frame.

  8. Using a Metal Spudger, lift the motherboard up from the body of the camera. Using a Metal Spudger, lift the motherboard up from the body of the camera.
    • Using a Metal Spudger, lift the motherboard up from the body of the camera.

  9. Pull the motherboard off of the main body of the camera. Pull the motherboard off of the main body of the camera.
    • Pull the motherboard off of the main body of the camera.

  10. Use a plastic opening tool of your choice to loosen and pry up the zoom unit/shutter component. Use your hands to manually lift the zoom unit/shutter component up and out of the main body of the camera. Use your hands to manually lift the zoom unit/shutter component up and out of the main body of the camera.
    • Use a plastic opening tool of your choice to loosen and pry up the zoom unit/shutter component.

    • Use your hands to manually lift the zoom unit/shutter component up and out of the main body of the camera.

Conclusion

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

Erik Knapton

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