Introduction

This guide gives step-by-step instructions on getting to the main internal component of the Cyber-shot DSC-T1 and then specifies how to detach them from the camera.

Locate the battery door at the bottom of the camera. Press down on the door and  slide it back.  The door will pop open.
  • Locate the battery door at the bottom of the camera.

  • Press down on the door and slide it back. The door will pop open.

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Remove the battery.
  • Remove the battery.

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There are two screws on the left and right sides of the camera, and two screws on the bottom. Use a PH00 screwdriver and remove the six 2.9mm screws. Use a PH00 screwdriver and remove the six 2.9mm screws.
  • There are two screws on the left and right sides of the camera, and two screws on the bottom.

  • Use a PH00 screwdriver and remove the six 2.9mm screws.

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Use hands to gently pry the front casing away from the camera. Use hands to gently pry the front casing away from the camera.
  • Use hands to gently pry the front casing away from the camera.

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Use the tip of a spudger to flip up the tab on the ZIF connector securing the motherboard ribbon cable. The second picture shows what these tabs look like in their open positions.
  • Use the tip of a spudger to flip up the tab on the ZIF connector securing the motherboard ribbon cable.

  • The second picture shows what these tabs look like in their open positions.

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Grasp the CCD Sensor Module and remove it.
  • Grasp the CCD Sensor Module and remove it.

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This camera houses a very strong capacitor (the black cylinder).  Avoid touching anything around the two wires coming out of the top.  Doing so will risk serious electric shock. Carefully disengage the internal components from the casing by lifting at the bottom end and giving a gentle tug. The components are still connected to the casing via cables, but they are much more maneuverable.
  • This camera houses a very strong capacitor (the black cylinder). Avoid touching anything around the two wires coming out of the top. Doing so will risk serious electric shock.

  • Carefully disengage the internal components from the casing by lifting at the bottom end and giving a gentle tug.

  • The components are still connected to the casing via cables, but they are much more maneuverable.

  • The flash module is shown on the right hand side.

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Use the tip of a spudger to flip up the tab on the ZIF connecter securing the motherboard ribbon cable. Grasp the flash module by the bottom and remove it.
  • Use the tip of a spudger to flip up the tab on the ZIF connecter securing the motherboard ribbon cable.

  • Grasp the flash module by the bottom and remove it.

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Use tweezers to slide the white piece on the back of the back cover to the right. This will dislodge the white piece, allowing you to remove it from the back cover.
  • Use tweezers to slide the white piece on the back of the back cover to the right.

  • This will dislodge the white piece, allowing you to remove it from the back cover.

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Use the tip of a spudger to flip up the tab on the ZIF connector securing the motherboard ribbon cable.
  • Use the tip of a spudger to flip up the tab on the ZIF connector securing the motherboard ribbon cable.

  • Remove the ribbon cables from these two ZIF connectors.

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Lift the motherboard assembly up and rotate it so you can easily see where the internals connect to the back cover. Remove the ZIF connectors from the clamp on the left end of the top piece.
  • Lift the motherboard assembly up and rotate it so you can easily see where the internals connect to the back cover.

  • Remove the ZIF connectors from the clamp on the left end of the top piece.

  • The motherboard assembly is now separated from the back cover.

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Conclusion

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

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