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It is necessary to first locate the appropriate screws in order to disassemble the back casing.
  • It is necessary to first locate the appropriate screws in order to disassemble the back casing.

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Remove the found screws with a small screwdriver.
  • Remove the found screws with a small screwdriver.

  • It is important to put the small screws in a safe location in order to reassemble the casing.

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  • Carefully pull the back casing away from the camera.

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  • The back casing is now removed from the camera.

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  • Using a pry tool, gently pry the top right corner of the LCD screen up. Pry the screen until the four tabs release the screen from its current position.

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  • Push the metal tab on the right side of the screen until the plate underneath the LCD screen is released.

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  • Unfold the LCD screen and the plate underneath.

  • Now the traces holding the screen and plate in place are visible.

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  • Remove the LCD screen plate by gently pulling upward on the trace until the screen is removed from the camera.

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Conclusione

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

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Hello!

Thank you for this tutorial.

I just disassembled a Sony DSC P1 (3Mega pixel).. And i would like to ask you if you knew if we may reuse the screen, or the sensor, or other components, in a different set up. Can we access the technical documentations of the inside components of sony's cameras? My intention would be for example to use the sensor with another lens and make another board ? Maybe im just too ambitious..

Thank you very much for your answer.

junkymilk - Replica

I have a question in regards to this camera. My wife has had one for years and then all of a sudden it started beeping and said something on the screen about the memory card that was inside. Does this mean the card with all the photos is bad? Maybe installing a new card would make this camera usable again? Thank you.

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