Introduction

Use this guide if you need to replace your Olympus Stylus Tough-8010 camera's LCD screen.

Tools

No tools required.

Parts

No parts required.

Remove the front three screws (3.2mm) using a type T-6 head screwdriver. Take off smaller front cover. Carefully remove larger front cover.
  • Remove the front three screws (3.2mm) using a type T-6 head screwdriver.

  • Take off smaller front cover.

  • Carefully remove larger front cover.

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Remove two screws (4.1mm) on the top of the camera using a #000 Phillips head screwdriver. Using a #000 Phillips head screwdriver remove two screws (7.9mm) near the control panel and set aside the metal connector. Although the third photo shows the side panel casing being removed, it is normally secured by a screw under the front framework. You'll need to follow the next two steps to remove the framework and access the screw before you can remove the side casing as shown here.
  • Remove two screws (4.1mm) on the top of the camera using a #000 Phillips head screwdriver.

  • Using a #000 Phillips head screwdriver remove two screws (7.9mm) near the control panel and set aside the metal connector.

  • Although the third photo shows the side panel casing being removed, it is normally secured by a screw under the front framework. You'll need to follow the next two steps to remove the framework and access the screw before you can remove the side casing as shown here.

NOTE: you cannot remove the side piece until you complete steps 3 and 4 because there's a screw holding the corner of it which you can't see until you remove the front framework. You can just let the side piece hang there while you do that.

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Using a #000 Philips head screwdriver remove the two screws (4.1mm) on the right side of the camera. Remove two screws (4.1mm) on the bottom of the camera using a #000 head Phillips screwdriver. Remove the single screw (3.2mm) on the front of the camera using a #000 Phillips head.
  • Using a #000 Philips head screwdriver remove the two screws (4.1mm) on the right side of the camera.

  • Remove two screws (4.1mm) on the bottom of the camera using a #000 head Phillips screwdriver.

  • Remove the single screw (3.2mm) on the front of the camera using a #000 Phillips head.

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Carefully remove the font panel piece from the rest of the camera. Carefully remove the top/side plastic piece.
  • Carefully remove the font panel piece from the rest of the camera.

  • Carefully remove the top/side plastic piece.

  • If the the camera and flash buttons fall out of their slots set them aside.

  • If you haven't already done so, remove the side casing as mentioned in Step 3. It is secured by a single screw near the bottom corner.

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Remove four screws (9.4mm) on the front of the camera using a Phillips #000 Use the plastic opening tool to release the holding clip. Using tweezers separate the plastic strips from their connectors located on the main circuit board by lifting the small, black flaps on the connectors and pulling on the ribbons.
  • Remove four screws (9.4mm) on the front of the camera using a Phillips #000

  • Use the plastic opening tool to release the holding clip.

  • Using tweezers separate the plastic strips from their connectors located on the main circuit board by lifting the small, black flaps on the connectors and pulling on the ribbons.

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Remove all the tape and clear rubber material from the components.
  • Remove all the tape and clear rubber material from the components.

  • Remove two screws (4.1mm) using a #000 Phillips head screwdriver on the left side of the lcd component.

  • Make sure to set aside the two metal pieces that come off after the screws are removed.

  • Using the tweezers disconnect the plastic ribbon from the connector on the control board by lifting the small black flap on the connector and pulling on the ribbon.

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Remove all seven screws (4.1mm) from the metal plates (#000) Carefully lift out the lcd screen component from the camera casing.
  • Remove all seven screws (4.1mm) from the metal plates (#000)

  • Carefully lift out the lcd screen component from the camera casing.

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Conclusion

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

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