Introduction

Using this repair guide, the user will be able to replace the flash option button on the device.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • Place the camera upside down on a hard surface such as a table. Make sure that the battery compartment is visible.

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  • Twist the nob counter-clockwise while pushing cover to the left. Then pull the cover up to reveal the battery.

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  • Slide the blue tab to the right to release the battery.

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  • Carefully slide the battery out of the camera. It can then be replaced with a new battery.

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  • Remove the 6mm screws located on the bottom and sides of the camera using the using the screw driver with the JIS size 000 head.

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  • Remove the two 6mm screws located underneath the battery cover using the same screw driver with the JIS size 000 head.

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  • Carefully pry the face-plate away from the body of the camera, starting from the battery compartment. It should come off without too much trouble, although it may require force.

  • Make sure to not damage any of the electronic components of the camera

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  • Looking at the back of the exposed face plate, remove the four 5mm screws, that hold down the metal cover, using the screw driver with the JIS size 000 head.

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  • Gently lift off the metal cover.

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  • Clean out any dust or debris from the button interface.

  • Replace faulty button.

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Conclusion

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

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