Introduction

Here is a straight forward repair of broken LCD. The repair should take no longer than 15 minutes. Replacement LCD's are available for under USD $20.

  1. The broken LCD is immediately visible when the camera is turned on.
    • The broken LCD is immediately visible when the camera is turned on.

    • Remove the batteries and, if so equipped, the memory card.

    • Remove the three Philips screws from the bottom of the camera with a Phillips #00 Screwdriver.

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  2. Remove the two Philips screws from the right side of the camera.
    • Remove the two Philips screws from the right side of the camera.

    • Remove the two Philips screws from the left side of the camera.

    • Split the housing by either using a plastic opening tool, or your finger nails. No excessive force is necessary. For ease of accomplishment, start at the battery compartment.

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    • Once the rear case has been removed, the LCD and frame are easily identified.

    • Fold the LCD to the right, away from the frame.

    • Do not try to remove the LCD yet since the ribbon cable is still connected.

    • Remove the three Philips screws from the LCD frame.

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    • When the LCD frame is removed, the ribbon cable becomes clearly visible.

    • Flip the LCD to its left side. Open the clip of the connector by moving the black lock to the right.

    • Remove the LCD

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    • Ensure the screen displayed greets you, once you reassembled your camera

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Conclusion

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

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