Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/1: Locate the battery pack which can be found on the back side of the camera below the viewfinder.
  • Note: This camera came without a battery, thus all pictures shown will be missing a battery.

  • Locate the battery pack which can be found on the back side of the camera below the viewfinder.

  • Push in the small button on the bottom of the camera, marked with the red circle, then slide the entire switch forward, marked with the yellow rectangle.

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Image 1/1: The battery can be inserted by sliding it back into place in a similar manner to how it was removed.
  • Slide the battery out of the back of the camera.

  • The battery can be inserted by sliding it back into place in a similar manner to how it was removed.

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Image 1/1: Note: You will use the #00 Philips Screwdriver for this part and in all subsequent slides.
  • Remove the (6) 4.5mm screws from the bottom of the Sony Handycam that are marked with small circles.

  • Note: You will use the #00 Philips Screwdriver for this part and in all subsequent slides.

  • Note: Most screws that are meant to be removed are marked with arrows on the camera itself.

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Image 1/2: Remove (1) 2.9mm screw from the right corner. Image 2/2: Remove (2) 4.5mm screws from the battery right wall.
  • Remove (3) 4.5mm screws from underneath the battery. Again they are marked by small arrows.

  • Remove (1) 2.9mm screw from the right corner.

  • Remove (2) 4.5mm screws from the battery right wall.

  • Note: The battery has been removed for these steps.

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  • Remove (1) 4.5mm screw from underneath the output flap on the front of the camera right below the lens.

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Image 1/2: Remove the (1) 4.5 mm screw from the disk side of the camera located next to the lens. This screw is pointed out with a yellow circle. Image 2/2: Remove the (1) 4.5 mm screw from the disk side of the camera located next to the lens. This screw is pointed out with a yellow circle.
  • Remove the (2) 4.5mm screws from the top of the camera that are pointed out with red circles.

  • Remove the (1) 4.5 mm screw from the disk side of the camera located next to the lens. This screw is pointed out with a yellow circle.

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Image 1/2: Remove the black plastic casing gently from the top of the camera. Use caution because the plastic pieces are fragile and tend to break easily. Image 2/2: Remove the black plastic casing gently from the top of the camera. Use caution because the plastic pieces are fragile and tend to break easily.
  • Extend the gray viewfinder so the black, plastic casing will have room to come off.

  • Remove the black plastic casing gently from the top of the camera. Use caution because the plastic pieces are fragile and tend to break easily.

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  • Remove (2) 2.9mm screws from under the black plastic casing that was mentioned in the previous step.

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Image 1/1: Note: The copper wire strip still connecting the cover to the body of the camera must be removed. It is pointed out with a red square in the slide.
  • Caution: Carefully pull off the outer silver case along with screen.

  • Note: The copper wire strip still connecting the cover to the body of the camera must be removed. It is pointed out with a red square in the slide.

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Conclusion

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

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