Image 1/2: Remove three 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screws from the bottom of the camera near the battery cover. Image 2/2: Lift the battery cover and remove two 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screws as shown.
  • Remove six 3 mm x 2.5 mm Phillips head screws from the bottom of the camera.

  • Remove three 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screws from the bottom of the camera near the battery cover.

  • Lift the battery cover and remove two 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screws as shown.

  • Remove the bottom cover.

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Image 1/3: Remove four 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screws above and below the USB port cover and on either side of the SD card slot cover. Image 2/3: Remove two 3 mm x 4 mm Phillips head screws inside the SD card slot cover. Image 3/3: Remove two 3 mm x 4 mm Phillips head screws inside the SD card slot cover.
  • Remove two 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screws from either side of the viewfinder.

  • Remove four 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screws above and below the USB port cover and on either side of the SD card slot cover.

  • Remove two 3 mm x 4 mm Phillips head screws inside the SD card slot cover.

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Image 1/2: Use this technique for all ribbon connectors in this guide. Image 2/2: Lift the LCD panel away and off the camera
  • Lift the LCD panel off up to expose a ribbon connector. Then lift the ribbon connector tab as shown and slide the ribbon out.

  • Use this technique for all ribbon connectors in this guide.

  • Lift the LCD panel away and off the camera

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Image 1/2: Remove two 2.5 mm x 4 mm Phillips head screws from above the lens ring to allow the front of the camera to be removed. Image 2/2: Lift and remove the grip and the front panel of the camera.
  • Remove six 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screws from around the lens ring and remove the lens ring.

  • Remove two 2.5 mm x 4 mm Phillips head screws from above the lens ring to allow the front of the camera to be removed.

  • Lift and remove the grip and the front panel of the camera.

You're forgot to mention about a screw under the front panel and two screws under the flash. And it has to be in open position to reach them.

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Image 1/3: Remove one 2 mm x 3 mm Phillips head screw from the same location as above. Image 2/3: Remove one 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screw from the top right side of the camera shown. Image 3/3: Remove one 3 mm x 3 mm Phillips head screw from the top left side of the camera shown.
  • Remove two 3 mm x 4 mm Phillips head screws from where the camera grip was just removed.

  • Remove one 2 mm x 3 mm Phillips head screw from the same location as above.

  • Remove one 3 mm x 5.5 mm Phillips head screw from the top right side of the camera shown.

  • Remove one 3 mm x 3 mm Phillips head screw from the top left side of the camera shown.

  • Gently lift the top of the camera up to separate it from the main body of the camera. At this point, it will still be connected via wires.

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Image 1/1: De-solder the wire shown on the grip side of the camera to allow sufficient access to the top of the camera.
  • Soldering irons are hot. Take all necessary precautions before soldering to prevent damage to the camera or yourself.

  • De-solder the wire shown on the grip side of the camera to allow sufficient access to the top of the camera.

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Image 1/2: Remove the 3 mm x 4 mm Phillips head screw and lift off the plastic bracket to expose the on/off switch underneath. Image 2/2: A quick inspection should take place before replacing the button and the metal contacts.
  • Remove the ribbon connector.

  • Remove the 3 mm x 4 mm Phillips head screw and lift off the plastic bracket to expose the on/off switch underneath.

  • A quick inspection should take place before replacing the button and the metal contacts.

  • Remove the two 2 mm x 4 mm Phillips head screws and the shutter button and on/off switch will fall down away from the top of the panel.

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Conclusion

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

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Thanks for the guide. It was very helpful. I had problem with a shutter button. I have not replace it but disassembled and cleaned two tiny metal contacts inside, now my camera works well.

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