Introduction

This guide explains how to replace the Protocol Dronium III AP Camera.

  1. Ensure the drone is powered off. Press in and lift battery compartment cover.
    • Ensure the drone is powered off.

    • Press in and lift battery compartment cover.

    • A soft pry tool may be used for easier access.

  2. Remove battery pack from body of drone.
    • Remove battery pack from body of drone.

  3. Disconnect white connectors between the battery pack and drone. Disconnect white connectors between the battery pack and drone.
    • Disconnect white connectors between the battery pack and drone.

  4. Remove the eight (8) 5mm screws attaching the motor arms to the body using a JIS #00 screwdriver.
    • Remove the eight (8) 5mm screws attaching the motor arms to the body using a JIS #00 screwdriver.

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  6. Remove the six (6) 5mm screws attaching the Body Cover to the Body of the drone using a JIS #00 screwdriver. Remove the Body Cover.
    • Remove the six (6) 5mm screws attaching the Body Cover to the Body of the drone using a JIS #00 screwdriver.

    • Remove the Body Cover.

  7. Remove the two (2) 5mm screws attaching the Motherboard to the body of the drone using a JIS #00 screwdriver. Lift the Motherboard off the mounting position.
    • Remove the two (2) 5mm screws attaching the Motherboard to the body of the drone using a JIS #00 screwdriver.

    • Lift the Motherboard off the mounting position.

    • Do not pull hard on the Motherboard as solder connections are fragile.

  8. Remove the tape covering the camera with the tweezers.
    • Remove the tape covering the camera with the tweezers.

  9. Remove the plastic holding the ribbon cable connector with the tweezers. Be careful with the ribbon cable, it is easy to damage.
    • Remove the plastic holding the ribbon cable connector with the tweezers.

    • Be careful with the ribbon cable, it is easy to damage.

  10. Move the ribbon cable out of the way with the Spuger.
    • Move the ribbon cable out of the way with the Spuger.

  11. Remove the camera by gently prying it out of the bracket with the spudger. Remove the camera by gently prying it out of the bracket with the spudger.
    • Remove the camera by gently prying it out of the bracket with the spudger.

Conclusion

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

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