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Introduction

Once you have removed the cover the capacitor (a black cylinder that has 330v capacity) will be attached to the circuit board by a thin ribbon. Be careful with the ribbon.

Parts

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  1. Open the battery/memory card door and remove the 6 screws (.35cm) with a Philips 000 screwdriver. There will be two screws on the left and right sides, and two on the bottom. Open the battery/memory card door and remove the 6 screws (.35cm) with a Philips 000 screwdriver. There will be two screws on the left and right sides, and two on the bottom. Open the battery/memory card door and remove the 6 screws (.35cm) with a Philips 000 screwdriver. There will be two screws on the left and right sides, and two on the bottom.
    • Open the battery/memory card door and remove the 6 screws (.35cm) with a Philips 000 screwdriver. There will be two screws on the left and right sides, and two on the bottom.

  2. Take off the front part of the case with a plastic opening tool. Take off the front part of the case with a plastic opening tool. Take off the front part of the case with a plastic opening tool.
    • Take off the front part of the case with a plastic opening tool.

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  4. Pull off the two silver side pieces on the left and right sides. Pull off the two silver side pieces on the left and right sides.
    • Pull off the two silver side pieces on the left and right sides.

  5. Remove the main back piece. It should easily lift off. Remove the main back piece. It should easily lift off.
    • Remove the main back piece. It should easily lift off.

  6. Unscrew the .45cm screw located on the upper right corner on the back of the camera. Once the screw is off, use the spudger and unclip the piece holding the top down on the upper left on the front of the camera. It should lift off with ease. Unscrew the .45cm screw located on the upper right corner on the back of the camera. Once the screw is off, use the spudger and unclip the piece holding the top down on the upper left on the front of the camera. It should lift off with ease. Unscrew the .45cm screw located on the upper right corner on the back of the camera. Once the screw is off, use the spudger and unclip the piece holding the top down on the upper left on the front of the camera. It should lift off with ease.
    • Unscrew the .45cm screw located on the upper right corner on the back of the camera. Once the screw is off, use the spudger and unclip the piece holding the top down on the upper left on the front of the camera. It should lift off with ease.

  7. Lift the capacitor out and gently pull it away from the control board to unplug the ribbon attached to the side of the circuit board. Be careful not to bend the ribbon. Lift the capacitor out and gently pull it away from the control board to unplug the ribbon attached to the side of the circuit board. Be careful not to bend the ribbon. Lift the capacitor out and gently pull it away from the control board to unplug the ribbon attached to the side of the circuit board. Be careful not to bend the ribbon.
    • Lift the capacitor out and gently pull it away from the control board to unplug the ribbon attached to the side of the circuit board. Be careful not to bend the ribbon.

Conclusion

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

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