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  • Remove battery by sliding the tab to open the cover

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Image 1/3: '''All screws in the camera can be removed with the PH 0 driver head.''' Image 2/3: '''All screws in the camera can be removed with the PH 0 driver head.''' Image 3/3: '''All screws in the camera can be removed with the PH 0 driver head.'''
  • Using the screwdriver, remove all screws (black 2.5mm) from outermost layer of the assembly.

  • All screws in the camera can be removed with the PH 0 driver head.

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Image 1/3: Remove the marked 1 mm screws with the screwdriver Image 2/3: Remove the marked 1 mm screws with the screwdriver Image 3/3: Remove the marked 1 mm screws with the screwdriver
  • Also using the screwdriver, remove screws (black 2.5mm) underneath articulated LCD screen.

  • Remove the marked 1 mm screws with the screwdriver

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Image 1/2: Do not pull too hard as you may break the plastic casing. Image 2/2: Do not pull too hard as you may break the plastic casing.
  • Using the plastic opening tools, carefully pry off the bottom plate.

  • Do not pull too hard as you may break the plastic casing.

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Image 1/3: Once the back assembly is slightly detached, pull the media covers for the HDMI and Multimedia ports Image 2/3: Once the back assembly is slightly detached, pull the media covers for the HDMI and Multimedia ports Image 3/3: Once the back assembly is slightly detached, pull the media covers for the HDMI and Multimedia ports
  • Using the same plastic opening tools, separate the screen and back assembly from the front portion of the camera

  • Once the back assembly is slightly detached, pull the media covers for the HDMI and Multimedia ports

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  • Remove the back cover

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Image 1/3: Remove two screws (black 2.5mm) with PH #0 screwdriver Image 2/3: Remove two screws (black 2.5mm) with PH #0 screwdriver Image 3/3: Remove two screws (black 2.5mm) with PH #0 screwdriver
  • Move side panel to get access to screws

  • Remove two screws (black 2.5mm) with PH #0 screwdriver

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Image 1/2: Be very gentle and care not to tear the gold ribbon cable. This will be a common theme throughout these replacement guides. Image 2/2: Be very gentle and care not to tear the gold ribbon cable. This will be a common theme throughout these replacement guides.
  • Remove back panel assembly while still keeping ribbon cable attached

  • Be very gentle and care not to tear the gold ribbon cable. This will be a common theme throughout these replacement guides.

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  • Carefully unplug ribbon connector to fully detach LCD screen assembly from camera

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  • Remove remaining screw which holds the copper casing in the camera

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Image 1/3: Remove casing Image 2/3: Remove casing Image 3/3: Remove casing
  • Using the plastic opening tools, carefully pry off the copper casing at the two pictured points.

  • Remove casing

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  • Using Philips Screwdriver, remove the four screws as marked on the picture

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Image 1/3: Give it a little wiggle and you should feel the SD card holder come out. Image 2/3: Give it a little wiggle and you should feel the SD card holder come out. Image 3/3: Give it a little wiggle and you should feel the SD card holder come out.
  • Place your finger into the battery port and push up on the SD card holder to push it out of its socket.

  • Give it a little wiggle and you should feel the SD card holder come out.

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Image 1/1: You may want to use tweezers to remove the gold ribbons as a more delicate and safe approach, but this is not required
  • Carefully remove the gold ribbons from the ports of the motherboard by lifting the gray tabs and pulling away the ribbon

  • You may want to use tweezers to remove the gold ribbons as a more delicate and safe approach, but this is not required

  • Do not pull away motherboard too hard as the ribbons are very fragile

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  • Remove the SD card holder. It should easily come out because all of the prerequisite screws were already removed.

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Image 1/1: Be sure to use extreme caution because if this ribbon breaks, you will need to buy a new camera.
  • Carefully remove the last gold ribbon by lifting the gray tab and sliding out the ribbon.

  • Be sure to use extreme caution because if this ribbon breaks, you will need to buy a new camera.

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  • Viola! The motherboard is now removed and can be replaced with a new one.

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Conclusion

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

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