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Canon EOS 20D Rear Case Replacement

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Guía Contribuida Por Miembros

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Shows how to replace the front cover on your EOS 20D that houses all the rear buttons and controls.

  • Autor: Alec M
  • Tiempo estimado: 2 minutos
  • Dificultad: Fácil
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Herramientas

Paso 1 Remove screws from under the eyepiece cap  ¶ 

Remove both screws hidden under the viewfinder eyepiece cap.

Paso 1 Remove screws from under the eyepiece cap  ¶ 

  • Remove both screws hidden under the viewfinder eyepiece cap.

Paso 2 Remove hidden screw and other visible screw  ¶ 

Peel off the rubber grip on the back by grasping one of the corners and pulling out. Once removed, a hidden screw is revealed. Remove both visible screws from the rear of the camera.

Paso 2 Remove hidden screw and other visible screw  ¶ 

  • Peel off the rubber grip on the back by grasping one of the corners and pulling out.

  • Once removed, a hidden screw is revealed.

  • Remove both visible screws from the rear of the camera.

Paso 3 Remove bottom screws  ¶ 

Remove both labeled screws from the bottom of the camera.

Paso 3 Remove bottom screws  ¶ 

  • Remove both labeled screws from the bottom of the camera.

Paso 4 Lift and remove the rear panel  ¶ 

When lifting the panel, make sure not to lift it too high, since you'll run the risk of tearing the cable, or damaging the connector on the board. Flip the lock on the flex cable connector up with a spudger. The front panel should pop off now that the cable has been disconnected.

Paso 4 Lift and remove the rear panel  ¶ 

  • When lifting the panel, make sure not to lift it too high, since you'll run the risk of tearing the cable, or damaging the connector on the board.

  • Flip the lock on the flex cable connector up with a spudger.

  • The front panel should pop off now that the cable has been disconnected.

  • When reassembling the device, make sure to insert the left side of the front panel first, since it has a small lip that needs to fit under the left part of the camera case.