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  • Remove the battery from the bottom of the camera.

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Image 1/2: There is a thin adhesive strip that holds the display to the frame.  Be careful not to damage this because you will need to transfer it to the new screen. Image 2/2: Gently unplug the two small flex cables from the bottom edge of the printed circuit board.
  • Delicately pry open the LCD screen from the plastic frame. There are two yellow flex cables coming from the bottom edge, so it is best to pull the top edge loose first to avoid damaging the cables.

  • There is a thin adhesive strip that holds the display to the frame. Be careful not to damage this because you will need to transfer it to the new screen.

  • Gently unplug the two small flex cables from the bottom edge of the printed circuit board.

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Image 1/1: Unplug the wide yellow flex cable from the printed circuit board.
  • Gently remove the adhesive strip that surrounds the old display and transfer it to the new one.

  • Unplug the wide yellow flex cable from the printed circuit board.

  • Gently peel the circuit board from the old display. Avoid touching the sticky surface.

  • Plug the flex cable into new display. Do not stick the circuit board down yet.

  • Reattach the two small flex cables that come from the plastic frame. This is easier if you swing the flex cable and circuit board away from the display first.

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Image 1/1: Carefully place the replacement screen back onto the camera with the screen facing outwards.
  • Gently press the circuit board to the back of the display. Be careful not to accidentally unplug the flex cables.

  • Carefully place the replacement screen back onto the camera with the screen facing outwards.

  • Rub carefully but firmly all around the edge of the display to ensure that the adhesive strip firmly holds the display to the frame.

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Conclusion

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

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something is not right... it doesnt power up the screen I replaced....

eddie - Reply

finally got it work! make sure the bottom metal piece contact with the power side if you know what I mean.

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