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If your frontal lens is broken or malfunctioning follow this guide to replace lens. The tools required for this guide are a PH000 screwdriver, plastic opening tool, metal spudgers and a magnetic mat or plastic bag.

  1. Before disassembling any part of the camera, turn off the power by pressing down on the ON/OFF button. The ON/OFF button is located on top of the camera.
    • Before disassembling any part of the camera, turn off the power by pressing down on the ON/OFF button. The ON/OFF button is located on top of the camera.

  2. Open the compartment located at the bottom of the camera. Slide the LOCK/OPEN switch to the OPEN side. Locate the small blue tab on the side. Pull it in direction away from battery. Remove the battery and set it aside.
    • Open the compartment located at the bottom of the camera. Slide the LOCK/OPEN switch to the OPEN side. Locate the small blue tab on the side. Pull it in direction away from battery. Remove the battery and set it aside.

  3. Place the camera upside down and remove the screws located at the bottom of the camera using the PH000 head screwdriver. At the end of this step, there will be a total of five 0.4mm Phillips screws. Place screws on a magnetic mat or plastic bag.
    • Place the camera upside down and remove the screws located at the bottom of the camera using the PH000 head screwdriver.

    • At the end of this step, there will be a total of five 0.4mm Phillips screws. Place screws on a magnetic mat or plastic bag.

    • Leave the two screws holding the LCD screen in place.

  4. Keep working alongside each side of the camera until all screws are addressed. In addition to the five screws from the bottom, a total of three more 0.4 mm black Phillips screws are located as indicated in the photo. Place them on the magnetic mat or plastic bag. In addition to the five screws from the bottom, a total of three more 0.4 mm black Phillips screws are located as indicated in the photo. Place them on the magnetic mat or plastic bag.
    • Keep working alongside each side of the camera until all screws are addressed.

    • In addition to the five screws from the bottom, a total of three more 0.4 mm black Phillips screws are located as indicated in the photo. Place them on the magnetic mat or plastic bag.

  5. Flip the LCD screen upwards. Use the PH000 Phillips head screwdriver to remove screws located under the LCD screen. For this step there will be an additional three 0.3 mm black Phillips screws. Place them on magnetic mat or plastic bag.
    • Flip the LCD screen upwards. Use the PH000 Phillips head screwdriver to remove screws located under the LCD screen.

    • For this step there will be an additional three 0.3 mm black Phillips screws. Place them on magnetic mat or plastic bag.

  6. Use the plastic opening tools included in the iFixit tool kit first. If the shell/parts do not detach from each other, use metal spudgers as a last resort to loosen/separate the plastic shell of the camera. Keep in mind that there may be more screws holding parts together. Work delicately and separate sides evenly. Use the plastic opening tools included in the iFixit tool kit first. If the shell/parts do not detach from each other, use metal spudgers as a last resort to loosen/separate the plastic shell of the camera. Keep in mind that there may be more screws holding parts together. Work delicately and separate sides evenly. Use the plastic opening tools included in the iFixit tool kit first. If the shell/parts do not detach from each other, use metal spudgers as a last resort to loosen/separate the plastic shell of the camera. Keep in mind that there may be more screws holding parts together. Work delicately and separate sides evenly.
    • Use the plastic opening tools included in the iFixit tool kit first. If the shell/parts do not detach from each other, use metal spudgers as a last resort to loosen/separate the plastic shell of the camera. Keep in mind that there may be more screws holding parts together. Work delicately and separate sides evenly.

  7. After loosening the plastic edges of the camera, gently pull the LCD screen upwards.
    • After loosening the plastic edges of the camera, gently pull the LCD screen upwards.

  8. Locate the two 0.3 mm silver screws that hold the face of the screen in place. Use the PH000 Phillips head screwdriver to remove screws. Place the two 0.3 mm screws on magnetic mat or plastic bag.
    • Locate the two 0.3 mm silver screws that hold the face of the screen in place. Use the PH000 Phillips head screwdriver to remove screws.

    • Place the two 0.3 mm screws on magnetic mat or plastic bag.

  9. Locate the thin silver plate with a golden plastic ribbon attached. This ribbon holds the lens and the rest of the camera together. Find the two 0.3 mm silver Phillips screws on the silver place. Remove them with a PH000 Phillips head screwdriver. Place the two screws on a magnetic mat or plastic bag.
    • Locate the thin silver plate with a golden plastic ribbon attached. This ribbon holds the lens and the rest of the camera together.

    • Find the two 0.3 mm silver Phillips screws on the silver place. Remove them with a PH000 Phillips head screwdriver. Place the two screws on a magnetic mat or plastic bag.

  10. After removing screws and the golden ribbon, the frontal lens will be completely detached from the camera. Replace frontal lens with new one.
    • After removing screws and the golden ribbon, the frontal lens will be completely detached from the camera.

    • Replace frontal lens with new one.

결론

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

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Excellent guide, but I could not get plastic part off without likely damage, so had to abandon access to sensor dirt.

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