Make sure the camera is powered off by pressing and holding the small, square button embedded in the top rim of the camera.
  • Make sure the camera is powered off by pressing and holding the small, square button embedded in the top rim of the camera.

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Locate the hatch found on the bottom of the camera.
  • Locate the hatch found on the bottom of the camera.

  • Open the hatch by gripping the small notch and sliding it outwards.

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Push the small, plastic arm out of the way to free the battery.
  • Push the small, plastic arm out of the way to free the battery.

  • The battery is spring loaded and will pop out slightly when the arm is moved.

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Pull the battery out of the camera and close the hatch.
  • Pull the battery out of the camera and close the hatch.

  • To reinsert, there is a triangle on the battery indicating which direction to slide it in.

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Using your Phillips #000 Screwdriver, remove the eight screws located around the sides and bottom of the camera. Be sure to keep track of the side each screw comes from, as they come in different lengths. Be sure to keep track of the side each screw comes from, as they come in different lengths.
  • Using your Phillips #000 Screwdriver, remove the eight screws located around the sides and bottom of the camera.

    • Be sure to keep track of the side each screw comes from, as they come in different lengths.

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Orient the camera so the display is facing up. Gently pull off the rear panel surrounding the display.
  • Orient the camera so the display is facing up.

  • Gently pull off the rear panel surrounding the display.

  • There are still three green wires connecting the panel to the rest of the camera.

  • Use your prying tool if you have difficulties removing the panel by hand.

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Remove the eight black screws connecting the keypad circuit board to the rear panel.
  • Remove the eight black screws connecting the keypad circuit board to the rear panel.

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With a plastic opening tool, gently remove the chrome framing on the left and right sides of the camera. With a plastic opening tool, gently remove the chrome framing on the left and right sides of the camera.
  • With a plastic opening tool, gently remove the chrome framing on the left and right sides of the camera.

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Flip the camera over so the lens is facing up.
  • Flip the camera over so the lens is facing up.

  • Gently lift up the front panel to remove it from the rest of the camera.

  • Use your plastic opening tool if you have difficulties removing the panel by hand.

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Find the chrome framing located on the top of the camera.
  • Find the chrome framing located on the top of the camera.

  • The physical shutter button apparatus is directly attached to this frame.

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Remove the three black screws connecting the chrome frame to the camera. Three screws are located toward the front, with the remaining one above the display.
  • Remove the three black screws connecting the chrome frame to the camera.

  • Three screws are located toward the front, with the remaining one above the display.

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Gently remove the loosened chrome frame and connected shutter button from the camera.
  • Gently remove the loosened chrome frame and connected shutter button from the camera.

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Conclusion

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

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