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Introduction

The LCD screen can be pulled out to a couple of different angles. However, be careful when angling it because it does have restrictions. Doing so past those restrictions will break the LCD bracket holding it in place.

Parts

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  1. Orient the camera so that the LCD screen is facing you.
    • Orient the camera so that the LCD screen is facing you.

  2. Lift the LCD screen to unscrew the 2 screws on its underside.
    • Lift the LCD screen to unscrew the 2 screws on its underside.

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  4. Unscrew the 2 screws on the bottom of the LCD screen.
    • Unscrew the 2 screws on the bottom of the LCD screen.

  5. Carefully remove the back of the LCD cover.
    • Carefully remove the back of the LCD cover.

  6. Carefully pull up the LCD front cover from the metal internal frame.
    • Carefully pull up the LCD front cover from the metal internal frame.

    • Be careful of the wire ribbon as it is fragile.

Conclusion

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

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3 Comments

And the how do you change the LCD screen please ? How to remove it ?

timothee.ferreol - Reply

I have the exact same question, I need to change the screen with flex cable as well. Thanks, there isn’t a lot of info on the a7s 2, it’s all a7r out there

Viro Films - Reply

Hello. My LCD backlight stop working after water came into the camera (snow). With a flash light I was able to determine it is the backlight since I was able to detect some menu items on the screen. I bought a replacement LDC unit, my thinking was that the backlight itself was damaged and a new one would do the trick. After replacing the screen, I have the same probleme. So I suppose my problem come from deeper in the camera. The camera itself do not command the backlight to turn on. Is there something I can do? any more troubleshooting?

Thanks!

Jean-Philippe Archibald - Reply

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