Introduction

If there is a power problem, you may need to reattach wires to the battery compartment or replace it completely. If the problem is Corrosion, just see the guide on corrosion.

    • In this guide we will be referring to 'left' and 'right' as though the camera's front (the part that says Nikon) is facing you.

    • Unscrew the large metal screw on the left side using a quarter and remove the battery cover.(Picture not available)

  1. Use a 00 Phillips head screwdriver to remove the small screw on the far left of the battery compartment.
    • Use a 00 Phillips head screwdriver to remove the small screw on the far left of the battery compartment.

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  3. Pull up on the tab to remove the batteries.
    • Pull up on the tab to remove the batteries.

    • Note: The batteries will probably fall out of their holder.

  4. Use a 00 Phillips head screwdriver to remove the four screws from inside the case.
    • Use a 00 Phillips head screwdriver to remove the four screws from inside the case.

  5. Remove the battery compartment from the camera.
    • Remove the battery compartment from the camera.

    • Note: On some models, the compartment is soldered in by the wires shown. If so you will need to desolder them.

Conclusion

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

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Hey, i lost the bracket… do u guys have any idea where could i get one?

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