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Introducción

This will teach you how to remove the capacitor in your Kodak EasyShare LS743.

  1. Using your fingernail, open the battery cover.
    • Using your fingernail, open the battery cover.

  2. Slide the orange latch sideways to eject the battery.
    • Slide the orange latch sideways to eject the battery.

    • Remove the battery from the battery slot.

  3. Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove two (5.39 mm) screws next to the battery slot. Remove the metal piece holding down the lanyard, then remove the lanyard. Remove the metal piece holding down the lanyard, then remove the lanyard.
    • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove two (5.39 mm) screws next to the battery slot.

    • Remove the metal piece holding down the lanyard, then remove the lanyard.

  4. Opening a device may void its warranty. Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove seven screws located throughout the camera. One (6.25 mm) screw is located on the top right corner, right to the "OK" button.
    • Opening a device may void its warranty.

    • Using a Phillips #00 screwdriver, remove seven screws located throughout the camera.

    • One (6.25 mm) screw is located on the top right corner, right to the "OK" button.

    • Four (4.45 mm) screws are on the bottom of the camera.

    • Two (2.95 mm) screws are on the left side of the camera, above the USB Port.

  5. Carefully remove the rear camera casing. Carefully remove the front camera casing.
    • Carefully remove the rear camera casing.

    • Carefully remove the front camera casing.

  6. The capacitor can store electricity even when the camera is off! Do not touch it until you have safely discharged it. Connect the two capacitor wires briefly with a pair of metal tweezers to discharge the capacitor.  You may see a small spark. Remove eight screws using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.
    • The capacitor can store electricity even when the camera is off! Do not touch it until you have safely discharged it.

    • Connect the two capacitor wires briefly with a pair of metal tweezers to discharge the capacitor. You may see a small spark.

    • Remove eight screws using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

    • Two (4.31 mm) screws are in the front of the camera.

    • Two (3.30 mm) screws are located in the bottom of the camera.

    • This causes the tripod mount on the bottom to become loose.

    • Four (3 x 3.33 mm and 1 x 4.34 mm) screws are in the back of the camera.

  7. Remove the tripod mount from the bottom of the camera and set it aside.
    • Remove the tripod mount from the bottom of the camera and set it aside.

  8. Pull the black latch outward slightly to release the orange flex cable.
    • Pull the black latch outward slightly to release the orange flex cable.

    • Carefully disconnect the orange flex cable.

  9. Soldering irons pose a burn risk if handled improperly.
    • Soldering irons pose a burn risk if handled improperly.

    • Desolder the red and black wire and remove them.

  10. Hold the camera firmly and gently remove the capacitor (attached by adhesive) by wiggling it loose. Desolder the pink and black wire and remove both of them.
    • Hold the camera firmly and gently remove the capacitor (attached by adhesive) by wiggling it loose.

    • Desolder the pink and black wire and remove both of them.

Conclusión

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

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