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Exactly! I might of stopped too early! And yes different model should have different assemble/disassemble procedure! Good luck!
Omar, you can probably replace LCD screen. If you ruined flex circuit.
And connector if you ruined it! But replacing connector would require some soldering skills and tools. And without proper tools and experience you are risking to ruin the board that that connector attached to. You would still have to find exact make and model of that connector. So it is by far harder to accomplish. I don’t know what to tell you. You can try finding someone who is handy with soldering or buy the whole shabang and practice on older electronics until you are confident you can pull this task off! Good luck! :)
Kind of looks like cover for the shutter but I am not sure. Does it work without it? It looks like it does not serve any electrical purpose, strictly mechanical…
I guess they might have variations or I might of left a screw undocumented
Yeah, it's tricky for sure. I didn't have a guide when I took my camera apart and I ripped one of the flex circuits as well. That's the price of the learning process.
Best of luck,
Use a guitar pick to pry it open
Yeah, I am not sure what the problem is to be honest. I don’t think this camera have been designed to work half disassembled .
I would look for more appropriate camera. Sounds like you might have short circuit somewhere. You might have to replace one of the internal boards. I am not sure, you would have to debug to see which one failed.
Anyway, best of luck
Yeah, you either have to use 2 irons to apply heat to 3 pins at the same time. Or take apart body of the switch and cut one of the pins from the body. That way you can use one iron to apply heat to 2 pins at the same time to get it detached from PCB
Yeah, just follow this guide to the step 8 and reverse procedure for the assembly process. Have fun!