Introduction

All you need for this guide is the will to fix your camera. Enjoy!

  1. Check for debris and dust around the power button to make sure it's clean.
    • Check for debris and dust around the power button to make sure it's clean.

    • If dust is absent, then begin with unscrewing the seven outside shell 4 mm Philips screws with the Philips screw driver.

    • Now carefully pry open the back casing with the ifixit plastic opening tool.

  2. Now that you have the back casing off, gently remove the LCD screen from the camera.
    • Now that you have the back casing off, gently remove the LCD screen from the camera.

    • Next unscrew the three 4 mm Philips screws on the back panel with the same screw driver(See image).

    • Unclip the four connecters that hold down the orange copper film strips with the plastic opening tool.

    • Then carefully pull out the three film strips with the ifixit tweezers.

    • Remove the 4 mm Philip screw located above the center film strip with the Philips screw driver. This will allow the top frame to come loose to take off.

    • Then pull back the black claw located at the bottom right of the camera, to the right with the plastic opening tool. This holds the main plate down.

    • Slowly lift with your fingers, the top frame of the camera to get to the power button.

    • Replace power button with new one.

Conclusion

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

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