Introduction

In order to change a broken screen, you need to get into the body of the camera. We will show you how to not only take apart your camera but also how to replace a broken screen. Properly following the steps included will ensure a safe and easy LCD Screen replacement.

Image 1/3: Using a screwdriver, remove the two 3mm screws located on the back panel. Image 2/3: Using a screwdriver, remove the two 3mm screws located on the back panel. Image 3/3: Using a screwdriver, remove the two 3mm screws located on the back panel.
  • Using a screwdriver, remove the five 6mm screws located on the back panel.

  • Using a screwdriver, remove the two 3mm screws located on the back panel.

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Image 1/1: Using a screwdriver, remove two 3mm screws on the front panel.
  • Using a screwdriver, remove one 6mm screw on the front panel.

  • Using a screwdriver, remove two 3mm screws on the front panel.

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  • Open the SD Door, unscrew and remove the single 6mm screw closest to "PUSH IN/OUT" under the SD card slot.

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  • Remove the back panel (the LCD and motherboard are exposed).

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  • Using a screwdriver, remove the three 4mm screws that attach the LCD to the camera motherboard (The LCD is contained in a holding plate, attached to the motherboard with a ribbon cable).

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  • Using a screwdriver, remove the single 4mm screw at the bottom of the holding plate.

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  • Lift the holding plate away from the motherboard and set aside.

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Image 1/1: Using tweezers, open the LCD ribbon port by lifting the black hinge (The LCD ribbon cable will detach).
  • Locate the LCD ribbon cable port.

  • Using tweezers, open the LCD ribbon port by lifting the black hinge (The LCD ribbon cable will detach).

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  • Using tweezers, remove the LCD with the ribbon cable and set aside.

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Conclusion

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

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