Introduction

This is intended to guide you through the process of replacing the zooming lens of the Ricoh Shotmaster 130Z device.

Image 1/1: ''You will not be able to move these dials once the case has been opened.''
  • Set the dials to "A" (Auto), and Off mode.

  • You will not be able to move these dials once the case has been opened.

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  • Remove 5 Phillips screws from the rear, and both sides of the device.

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Image 1/2: ''Pay attention to the 6mm screws on the sides of the tripod slot, as they are a slightly different size from the rest of the screws. However, you still may use a J00 screwdriver to remove them.'' Image 2/2: ''Pay attention to the 6mm screws on the sides of the tripod slot, as they are a slightly different size from the rest of the screws. However, you still may use a J00 screwdriver to remove them.''
  • Proceed to remove the 5mm screws on the bottom of the camera using a J00 Phillips head screwdriver.

  • Pay attention to the 6mm screws on the sides of the tripod slot, as they are a slightly different size from the rest of the screws. However, you still may use a J00 screwdriver to remove them.

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Image 1/2: Using the opening tool again, insert it and lift right next to the strap of the camera. This will release the front portion of the case Image 2/2: Using the opening tool again, insert it and lift right next to the strap of the camera. This will release the front portion of the case
  • Using an opening tool, lift the case of the tripod slot until the back portion of the case is released.

  • Using the opening tool again, insert it and lift right next to the strap of the camera. This will release the front portion of the case

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  • Using a J0 phillips screwdriver remove the three marked screws

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Image 1/3: Use tweezers to lift the component off of the board. Image 2/3: Use tweezers to lift the component off of the board. Image 3/3: Use tweezers to lift the component off of the board.
  • Proceed to remove the two marked screws using a J00 Phillips screwdriver.

  • Use tweezers to lift the component off of the board.

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Conclusion

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

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