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Introducción

Some reasons you would want to replace the camera in the Dell VRP100 are screen image drifting, image freezing, or tracking/calibration issues. You should be cautious when removing the camera, so the camera lens does not get scratched in the process.

  1. Remove the black foam padding by peeling away slowly. Remove the front and back padding from the headset by peeling away slowly. Remove the front and back padding from the headset by peeling away slowly.
    • Remove the black foam padding by peeling away slowly.

    • Remove the front and back padding from the headset by peeling away slowly.

  2. Remove the six 5.5mm PH000 screws from the cover by rotating counter-clockwise.
    • Remove the six 5.5mm PH000 screws from the cover by rotating counter-clockwise.

    • Cover panel may need to be pushed in before inserting screws.

  3. Remove the cover using one of the plastic opening tools, and then carefully pull it from the casing. Remove the cover using one of the plastic opening tools, and then carefully pull it from the casing. Remove the cover using one of the plastic opening tools, and then carefully pull it from the casing.
    • Remove the cover using one of the plastic opening tools, and then carefully pull it from the casing.

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  5. Remove the six 5.5mm PH000 screws from the cover by rotating counter-clockwise. Carefully remove the lens and motherboard assembly from the white casing. Carefully remove the lens and motherboard assembly from the white casing.
    • Remove the six 5.5mm PH000 screws from the cover by rotating counter-clockwise.

    • Carefully remove the lens and motherboard assembly from the white casing.

  6. Remove the four 2.5mm PH000 screws by rotating counter-clockwise. Separate the lens housing from the motherboard panel. Separate the lens housing from the motherboard panel.
    • Remove the four 2.5mm PH000 screws by rotating counter-clockwise.

    • Separate the lens housing from the motherboard panel.

  7. Remove the two 2.5mm PH000 screws from the motherboard by rotating counter-clockwise. Remove the four 3.9mm PH000 screws from the white casing by rotating counter-clockwise.
    • Remove the two 2.5mm PH000 screws from the motherboard by rotating counter-clockwise.

    • Remove the four 3.9mm PH000 screws from the white casing by rotating counter-clockwise.

  8. Remove the flat-topped connector by lifting it straight up from the motherboard. Carefully remove the camera from the casing with the blunt nose  tweezers by holding onto the copper tape.
    • Remove the flat-topped connector by lifting it straight up from the motherboard.

    • Carefully remove the camera from the casing with the blunt nose tweezers by holding onto the copper tape.

    • To reinstall, line up the connectors and firmly push until you hear a pop.

Conclusión

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

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