Introduction

Use this guide to remove and replace the button and circuit board used for taking photos

Remove batteries and SD card before beginning disassembly! Locate the four plastic screw covers denoted by the markers and gently pry them up with the metal spudger.
  • Remove batteries and SD card before beginning disassembly!

  • Locate the four plastic screw covers denoted by the markers and gently pry them up with the metal spudger.

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Remove all four (11mm) screws with the Philips #0 screwdriver. Remove all four (11mm) screws with the Philips #0 screwdriver.
  • Remove all four (11mm) screws with the Philips #0 screwdriver.

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Remove the two battery cartridges located on the underside of the camera. Once cartridges are removed, use the metal spudger to pry open the top, bottom, and both sides of the camera. Once cartridges are removed, use the metal spudger to pry open the top, bottom, and both sides of the camera.
  • Remove the two battery cartridges located on the underside of the camera.

  • Once cartridges are removed, use the metal spudger to pry open the top, bottom, and both sides of the camera.

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Beware of the two black viewfinder lens falling out as you pry open the device!
  • Beware of the two black viewfinder lens falling out as you pry open the device!

  • The device should now be open and ready for further repair and/or replacement parts.

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Remove the purple plastic that covers the button and circuit board. It should slide right out from the slot it sits in.
  • Remove the purple plastic that covers the button and circuit board. It should slide right out from the slot it sits in.

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Unsolder wires connected to the right side of the circuit board. Pull the wires to the side.
  • Unsolder wires connected to the right side of the circuit board. Pull the wires to the side.

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The button/circuit board should be loose now. Gently pull out the button/circuit board to remove it from the device. The button/circuit board should be loose now. Gently pull out the button/circuit board to remove it from the device.
  • The button/circuit board should be loose now. Gently pull out the button/circuit board to remove it from the device.

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Conclusion

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

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