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General Electric Create Jason Wu Lens Replacement

If your photos are blurry or the lens is damages it may need to be replaced, here is how.

  • Author: Kylan Hennessy
  • Time estimate: 15 - 25 minutes
  • Difficulty: Difficult

This guide will demonstrate how to locate and remove the lens assembly.

Step 1 Lens  ¶ 

Locate the 2 connection ribbons attaching the lens to the circuit board. Using a plastic opening tool or finger nail, gently lift the ZIF connector flaps up.

Step 1 Lens  ¶ 

  • Locate the 2 connection ribbons attaching the lens to the circuit board.

  • Using a plastic opening tool or finger nail, gently lift the ZIF connector flaps up.

  • The connectors are hinged and will fold up and away from the ribbon, do not disconnect completely.

Step 2  ¶ 

With the hinged connectors folded up and out of the way, carefully pull the ribbons out of their connectors. These are the only 2 connectors holding the lens assembly in place. If disconnected the lens assembly will be completely detached from the camera.

Step 2  ¶ 

  • With the hinged connectors folded up and out of the way, carefully pull the ribbons out of their connectors.

  • These are the only 2 connectors holding the lens assembly in place. If disconnected the lens assembly will be completely detached from the camera.

Step 3  ¶ 

Firmly grasp the camera body in your right hand and grab the lens assembly with your other hand. Gently pull the lens assembly directly up and out of the camera body. There are no further screws or connections hold the lens assembly in place. If it does not remove easily check your previous steps.

Step 3  ¶ 

  • Firmly grasp the camera body in your right hand and grab the lens assembly with your other hand.

  • Gently pull the lens assembly directly up and out of the camera body.

  • There are no further screws or connections hold the lens assembly in place. If it does not remove easily check your previous steps.