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  • Slide the eyepiece up and off the viewfinder.

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Image 1/1: Some screws may be JIS. Be wary of this if your PH000 does not feel like it is properly gripping the screws.
  • Using a PH000 screwdriver, remove the two 4.8mm Phillips screws from the back of the viewfinder.

    • Some screws may be JIS. Be wary of this if your PH000 does not feel like it is properly gripping the screws.

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  • Remove the two 6.4mm Phillips screws on the right side of the camera, near the SD card slot.

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  • Remove the two 6.4mm Phillips screws on the left side of the camera, near the I/O ports.

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Image 1/1: remove the two 5.3mm Phillips screws
  • On the bottom of the camera,

    • remove the two 5.3mm Phillips screws

    • and the other two 6.3mm Phillips screws.

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  • Using a spudger, separate the bottom panel from the rear case just enough to clear the two clips on the rear casing in the next step.

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Image 1/2: Don't pull the casing completely off yet, as the ribbon cables are still connected. Image 2/2: Be mindful of the two clips, making sure to keep the bottom panel far enough away to clear them.
  • Lift the rear case off of the back of the camera.

  • Don't pull the casing completely off yet, as the ribbon cables are still connected.

  • Be mindful of the two clips, making sure to keep the bottom panel far enough away to clear them.

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Image 1/1: The orientation shown in the picture seems to be the best position for the casing to sit comfortably without stressing the ribbon cable connections.
  • Set the rear casing off to the side so you can access the ZIF connectors.

  • The orientation shown in the picture seems to be the best position for the casing to sit comfortably without stressing the ribbon cable connections.

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  • Disconnect the ribbon cables from their respective ZIF connectors on the logic board.

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  • Separate the rear casing from the camera.

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Conclusion

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

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Ryan Lutz

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good guidance,easy to follow,thanks

ramalingeswarao kaza - Reply

I want to replace my Nikon D90 DSLR bad LCD, this guide will save me from costly repairs.

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