Introduction

This guide will require the use of a phlipes head screwdriver. The ribbon connector is usually the reason the device will need this replacement.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/2: There are 16 tabs in total. Image 2/2: There are 16 tabs in total.
  • Begin by prying apart your device and pushing in tabs. It is easiest to start on the corners.

  • There are 16 tabs in total.

I'm not sure what's wrong with ours. The color started fading and the picture looked strange. If I pressed the cubby firmly together it would work for a little while. Now I can't get that to work either. Could it just be a loose connection?

thisnotbiznas - Reply

Check the connection for the LCD at the motherboard. Lift up the latch to release the cable, remove and reinstall the cable, and then close the latch again.

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Where do I find the LCD connector? My screen is very dim but works.

tnsimons - Reply

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  • The first step to removing the camera is to unscrew it from the device (there is only one screw).

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Image 1/1: Once this is done remove the film from the device connected to the camera, once this is done it is able to be taken right out.
  • First pull back on the tab.

  • Once this is done remove the film from the device connected to the camera, once this is done it is able to be taken right out.

  • Follow the steps in reverse order to install the new camera

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Conclusion

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

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