The screws from the camera are extremely small so it is a good idea to have a small container to hold all the screws as you remove them.
  • The screws from the camera are extremely small so it is a good idea to have a small container to hold all the screws as you remove them.

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Take your screwdriver and remove the bottom screws of the camera. (The picture shows the lens facing away from you and the LCD facing you.) There should be four silver screws.
  • Take your screwdriver and remove the bottom screws of the camera. (The picture shows the lens facing away from you and the LCD facing you.) There should be four silver screws.

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  • On the right side of the camera, remove the two screws using the screwdriver. There will be two silver screws. (The picture shows the lens facing away from you and LCD screen facing you.)

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  • On the left side of the camera, remove the two screws using the screwdriver. There will be two silver screws. (The picture shows the lens facing away from you and the LCD screen facing you.)

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  • Gently remove the back casing by holding onto both sides of the camera and pulling them apart.

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  • Now, carefully pull off the back cover.

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  • The two halves of the camera casing should now be separate.

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  • Keep track of the small screws that you remove.

  • Opening, removing and/or replacing the front casing may void your manufacturers warranty

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  • Remove the two screws at the top of the camera casing.

There was no screw in the left hand location shown, when disassembling my camera for the first time.

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  • Gently pop open the plastic piece as shown.

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  • Remove the screw connecting the front casing to the electrical components as shown.

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  • Gently loosen and remove the side casing by firmly pulling with your fingers.

  • Take care not to break the fragile part or to scratch the LCD screen.

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  • Remove the two screws connecting the front casing to the electrical components.

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  • Gently loosen the front casing.

  • Be careful not to scratch any of the exposed electrical components.

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  • Fully remove the front casing from the camera.

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  • Remove the two silver screws and two black screw holding the image sensor in place.

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  • Using a spudger, wedge the flat tipped end between the black bar and the circuit board.

  • Carefully lift the black bar into the vertical position.

  • Repeat first two bullet points for the circuit board port directly to the left of the one shown in this picture.

  • Use tweezers to carefully pull the electrical ribbons from the circuit board ports.

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  • Carefully remove image sensor and replace with new image sensor.

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Conclusion

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

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