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Introduzione

To remove the Lens assembly, you must have background knowledge about disassembling the camera. (See previous guides)

  1. Find the hatch labeled "open" on the left side of the bottom of the camera.
    • Find the hatch labeled "open" on the left side of the bottom of the camera.

    • Slide the hatch in the direction that the arrow is pointing. The hatch will open outward on its own.

  2. Slide the blue locking tab to release the battery.
    • Slide the blue locking tab to release the battery.

    • Slide the battery out of the camera.

  3. Replace hatch and rotate camera 180 degrees. You should still be looking at the bottom of the camera. Remove the four 2.5mm Phillips #0 screws.
    • Replace hatch and rotate camera 180 degrees. You should still be looking at the bottom of the camera.

    • Remove the four 2.5mm Phillips #0 screws.

  4. Turn the camera so the left side-panel reading "5x Optical Zoom" faces you. Remove the two 2.5mm Phillips #0 screws. You may have to remove the screws with a pair of tweezers when the screws are almost out.
    • Turn the camera so the left side-panel reading "5x Optical Zoom" faces you.

    • Remove the two 2.5mm Phillips #0 screws.

    • You may have to remove the screws with a pair of tweezers when the screws are almost out.

  5. Turn the camera so the right side faces you. Remove the two 2.5mm Phillips #0 screws. You may have to remove the screws with a pair of tweezers when the screws are almost out.
    • Turn the camera so the right side faces you.

    • Remove the two 2.5mm Phillips #0 screws.

    • You may have to remove the screws with a pair of tweezers when the screws are almost out.

  6. Rotate camera so that the back is facing you.
    • Rotate camera so that the back is facing you.

    • Pull the back casing directly away from the LCD screen.

  7. Turn the camera so that the left side is facing you. Pull the left side-panel off of the camera.
    • Turn the camera so that the left side is facing you.

    • Pull the left side-panel off of the camera.

  8. Turn camera so that the front of the camera is facing you. Pull the front casing directly away from the camera.
    • Turn camera so that the front of the camera is facing you.

    • Pull the front casing directly away from the camera.

    • The right side panel may fall off when you take the front panel off.

  9. Turn the camera so that the right side is facing you. Pull the right side-panel away from the rest of the camera.
    • Turn the camera so that the right side is facing you.

    • Pull the right side-panel away from the rest of the camera.

  10. This is what your camera should look like now that you have removed the casing from all sides. This is what your camera should look like now that you have removed the casing from all sides.
    • This is what your camera should look like now that you have removed the casing from all sides.

  11. Gently pull the LCD and its casing away from the motherboard as shown.
    • Gently pull the LCD and its casing away from the motherboard as shown.

    • Be careful not to rip out any ribbon cables.

  12. Disconnect the small ribbon-wire by gently pulling on the small ribbon-wire where it connects with the motherboard. Do not use excessive force to remove the wire because this may cause it to tear.
    • Disconnect the small ribbon-wire by gently pulling on the small ribbon-wire where it connects with the motherboard.

    • Do not use excessive force to remove the wire because this may cause it to tear.

  13. Disconnect the large ribbon-wire by pulling on the large ribbon-wire where it connects to the motherboard. Disconnect the large ribbon-wire by pulling on the large ribbon-wire where it connects to the motherboard.
    • Disconnect the large ribbon-wire by pulling on the large ribbon-wire where it connects to the motherboard.

  14. Pull the LCD and its casing away from the rest of the camera.
    • Pull the LCD and its casing away from the rest of the camera.

  15. Turn the camera so the back is facing you. Remove the 2.5mm Philips #0 screw at the top of the camera.
    • Turn the camera so the back is facing you.

    • Remove the 2.5mm Philips #0 screw at the top of the camera.

  16. Tilt top casing up and towards you. Carefully remove the right ribbon-wire from the top camera panel by pulling where the wire connects to the top. Make sure to hold the camera with your thumb on the white square to ensure the ribbon-wire is not disconnected from the motherboard.
    • Tilt top casing up and towards you.

    • Carefully remove the right ribbon-wire from the top camera panel by pulling where the wire connects to the top.

    • Make sure to hold the camera with your thumb on the white square to ensure the ribbon-wire is not disconnected from the motherboard.

    • Carefully remove the left ribbon-wire from the top camera panel by pulling where the wire connects to the top.

  17. Flash capacitors are dangerous! Be extremely careful when removing the capacitor from the camera. You can get shocked BADLY! Remove the flash capacitor from the lens assembly. Carefully place the flash capacitor away from where you are working.
    • Flash capacitors are dangerous! Be extremely careful when removing the capacitor from the camera. You can get shocked BADLY!

    • Remove the flash capacitor from the lens assembly.

    • Carefully place the flash capacitor away from where you are working.

  18. Carefully disconnect the top ribbon-wire from the motherboard by pulling where the wire connects to the motherboard. Carefully disconnect the top ribbon-wire from the motherboard by pulling where the wire connects to the motherboard. Carefully disconnect the top ribbon-wire from the motherboard by pulling where the wire connects to the motherboard.
    • Carefully disconnect the top ribbon-wire from the motherboard by pulling where the wire connects to the motherboard.

  19. Disconnect the top remaining ribbon-wire by carefully pulling at the base of where the wire connects to the motherboard. Disconnect the top remaining ribbon-wire by carefully pulling at the base of where the wire connects to the motherboard. Disconnect the top remaining ribbon-wire by carefully pulling at the base of where the wire connects to the motherboard.
    • Disconnect the top remaining ribbon-wire by carefully pulling at the base of where the wire connects to the motherboard.

  20. Pull the Lens Assembly away from the motherboard. You have now removed the Lens Assembly from the camera. You have now removed the Lens Assembly from the camera.
    • Pull the Lens Assembly away from the motherboard.

    • You have now removed the Lens Assembly from the camera.

Conclusione

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

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