Introduction

The LCD screen is the side screen on your camera that flips open. It is unfortunately easily damaged permanently; here is a guide to at least check basic electronic connections.

Parts

No parts required.

Remove the front facing screw adjacent to the LCD screen using a J1 Phillips screwdriver. The screw is 2.8 mm in length.
  • Remove the front facing screw adjacent to the LCD screen using a J1 Phillips screwdriver. The screw is 2.8 mm in length.

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Rotate the camera screen until the screw on the bottom is clearly visible, then unscrew with a Phillips #1 screwdriver. This screw is 2.8mm in length.
  • Rotate the camera screen until the screw on the bottom is clearly visible, then unscrew with a Phillips #1 screwdriver. This screw is 2.8mm in length.

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Rotate camera again to find #1 Phillips head screw, the screw length is about 2.8 mm long. A J1 screwdriver is advised.
  • Rotate camera again to find #1 Phillips head screw, the screw length is about 2.8 mm long. A J1 screwdriver is advised.

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Slowly pry apart the covers using a plastic spudger.
  • Slowly pry apart the covers using a plastic spudger.

  • Be sure to disconnect the ZIF connector holding the ribbon cable in place. To do this, use a spudger to flip the black tab up, and pull the cable out with tweezers.

    • This photo shows a torn ribbon cable. Be sure to disconnect the ribbon cable before fully removing the LCD cover, to avoid damage to the device.

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Conclusion

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

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