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  1. Turn the camera off and identify the battery door located on the bottom of the camera. Turn the camera off and identify the battery door located on the bottom of the camera.
    • Turn the camera off and identify the battery door located on the bottom of the camera.

  2. Slide the "open" latch to the left: the battery door should spring open. If your battery door doesn't open you may have to pry it open using a plastic opening tool or a standard spudger.
    • Slide the "open" latch to the left: the battery door should spring open.

    • If your battery door doesn't open you may have to pry it open using a plastic opening tool or a standard spudger.

  3. To release the battery, slide the white release lever next to the SD card slot.
    • To release the battery, slide the white release lever next to the SD card slot.

    • If you find the battery release lever to be jammed you can push it using a plastic opening tool or standard spudger.

  4. The battery should now be released; you may now remove the battery from the camera body.
    • The battery should now be released; you may now remove the battery from the camera body.

  5. Orient the camera so the bottom is facing up and the battery door is on the right side. Remove four black screws from the bottom of the camera. Remove two black screws from the right side of the camera.
    • Orient the camera so the bottom is facing up and the battery door is on the right side.

    • Remove four black screws from the bottom of the camera.

    • Remove two black screws from the right side of the camera.

    • Remove one black screw from the left side of the camera.

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  7. Remove the casing from the camera by hand or using a plastic opening tool. Remove the casing from the camera by hand or using a plastic opening tool.
    • Remove the casing from the camera by hand or using a plastic opening tool.

  8. Use a spudger to lift up and tug off the green button board. Be careful to not damage the attached ribbon cable.
    • Use a spudger to lift up and tug off the green button board.

    • Be careful to not damage the attached ribbon cable.

  9. Remove the screen using the plastic opening tool, prying from the top. Once it's lifted up, tug lightly on the large ribbon cable to detach the screen from the camera body. Once it's lifted up, tug lightly on the large ribbon cable to detach the screen from the camera body.
    • Remove the screen using the plastic opening tool, prying from the top.

    • Once it's lifted up, tug lightly on the large ribbon cable to detach the screen from the camera body.

  10. Remove the three screws from the center of the copper plate. Remove the four screws from the outer edges of the copper plate. Use a plastic or metal spudger to pry the copper plate out of place.
    • Remove the three screws from the center of the copper plate.

    • Remove the four screws from the outer edges of the copper plate.

    • Use a plastic or metal spudger to pry the copper plate out of place.

  11. Remove the casing from the circuitboard by hand. Remove the HDMI port casing by hand.
    • Remove the casing from the circuitboard by hand.

    • Remove the HDMI port casing by hand.

  12. Disconnect all orange ribbon cables connecting to the circuitboard by hand. Disconnect the circuitboard by hand. There will be one orange ribbon cable attached to the top that can now be removed.
    • Disconnect all orange ribbon cables connecting to the circuitboard by hand.

    • Disconnect the circuitboard by hand.

    • There will be one orange ribbon cable attached to the top that can now be removed.

  13. Remove the seven screws surrounding the lens assembly. Move all ribbon cables out of your way while unscrewing. Remove the three springs surrounding the lens.
    • Remove the seven screws surrounding the lens assembly.

    • Move all ribbon cables out of your way while unscrewing.

    • Remove the three springs surrounding the lens.

    • Apply pressure on the front of the lens to push the lens out.

  14. Remove the one screw holding the camera and the flash component together. Gently pull the flash component out of the camera body. Gently pull the flash component out of the camera body.
    • Remove the one screw holding the camera and the flash component together.

    • Gently pull the flash component out of the camera body.

  15. Separate the top camera casing from the flash component by unscrewing the three surrounding screws. Remove the flash assembly, including the circuit board, by detaching it and the ribbon cables from the casing. Remove the flash assembly, including the circuit board, by detaching it and the ribbon cables from the casing.
    • Separate the top camera casing from the flash component by unscrewing the three surrounding screws.

    • Remove the flash assembly, including the circuit board, by detaching it and the ribbon cables from the casing.

Conclusión

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

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