Introduction

The trigger button is the one of the most used buttons on the DJI Osmo Mobile, and this guide will serve to teach the device owner how to replace a broken or unresponsive trigger button.

  1. Remove gimbal from base handle by loosening round plate found at the top of the handle.
    • Remove gimbal from base handle by loosening round plate found at the top of the handle.

  2. Use Phillips #00 screwdriver to remove the three screws found on the gimbal stabilizer to detach handle from gimbal.
    • Use Phillips #00 screwdriver to remove the three screws found on the gimbal stabilizer to detach handle from gimbal.

    • Carefully detach handle from gimbal and disconnect the cable that connects the two.

    • Locate the hex screws found at the top base of the handle, and unscrew using the 1.5mm hex screwdriver.

    • Remove joystick by gently pulling away from handle

    • Remove the quick release PCBA by locating the connecting wires and release the ribbon cable with tweezers.

    • Use the spudger to pry open and remove the face plate, starting at the back of the handle.

    • Locate four screws directly on top of handle.

    • Unscrew the silver, bottom two screws, that are closest to the face plate using the 00 screwdriver.

    • Unscrew the black, top two screws, located furthest from the face plate, using the 0 screwdriver.

    • Remove the remaining two screws found on the front of the faceplate.

    • Remove the rest of the face plate shell.

    • Remove the top left screw on the joystick panel with Phillips #00 screwdriver.

    • Lift faceplate holding joystick module.

    • Remove the bottom right screw on the joystick panel with the #00 Phillips screwdriver.

    • Hold down the larger of the two ribbon cables, and pull on circuit board with a constant and careful down and out motion.

    • Remove the two screws from the green charging module and the two screws on the grey plate and remove from handle.

    • Replace charging module.

    • Use the tweezers to push outward on the backside of the trigger button hinges.

    • Pop out trigger button.

    • Use the tweezers to remove the underlying button that contacts with the trigger button, and replace.

Conclusion

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

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