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Introduction

Follow this guide to remove the gimbal/camera of the DJI Mavic Pro M1P. You will need to remove the battery and upper shell before accessing the gimbal. Before attempting, be aware that you will need to scrape off some plastic adhesive that covers a couple screws. Tweezers and three different sized screwdrivers are required to access the gimbal/camera for this guide, as described below in the tools section.

  1. Grab  both sides of the battery. Pinch  the releasing buttons on both sides of the battery. Lift the battery up and out.
    • Grab both sides of the battery.

    • Pinch the releasing buttons on both sides of the battery.

    • Lift the battery up and out.

  2. Remove the six  5mm  1.5 Hex screws by turning the screwdriver counterclockwise.
    • Remove the six 5mm 1.5 Hex screws by turning the screwdriver counterclockwise.

  3. Flip the drone over so that the gimbal is facing up.
    • Flip the drone over so that the gimbal is facing up.

    • Remove the two 4mm 1.5 Hex screws near the gimbal case by turning the screwdriver counterclockwise.

    • Remove the two 5mm 1.5 Hex screws near the gimbal case by turning the screwdriver counterclockwise.

  4. Remove the two small panel pieces near the gimbal case with the tweezers.
    • Remove the two small panel pieces near the gimbal case with the tweezers.

  5. Remove the four 5mm 1.5 Hex screws that are under the panel pieces by turning the screwdriver counterclockwise.
    • Remove the four 5mm 1.5 Hex screws that are under the panel pieces by turning the screwdriver counterclockwise.

  6. Flip the drone back over so the upper shell is facing up.
    • Flip the drone back over so the upper shell is facing up.

    • Pry off the upper shell with a nylon spudger.

    • Be careful when prying with the spudger because you could damage the upper shell's plastic tabs.

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  8. Remove the white connector at the back of the flight controller board by gently pulling at the base.
    • Remove the white connector at the back of the flight controller board by gently pulling at the base.

  9. Remove the one 5mm JIS #0 screw from the small micro controller board at the front of the DJI Mavic Pro by turning counterclockwise.
    • Remove the one 5mm JIS #0 screw from the small micro controller board at the front of the DJI Mavic Pro by turning counterclockwise.

  10. Pull the cord and micro controller board away from the front of the DJI Mavic Pro using tweezers.
    • Pull the cord and micro controller board away from the front of the DJI Mavic Pro using tweezers.

  11. Expose the two small ZIF connectors near the front of the board by removing the plastic coverings. Then, remove the two ZIF connectors under the coverings using a nylon spudger.
    • Expose the two small ZIF connectors near the front of the board by removing the plastic coverings.

    • Then, remove the two ZIF connectors under the coverings using a nylon spudger.

  12. Remove two 6mm JIS #00 screws from the plastic board cover at the front of the DJI Mavic Pro.
    • Remove two 6mm JIS #00 screws from the plastic board cover at the front of the DJI Mavic Pro.

  13. Flip the DJI Mavic Pro over. Gently press the latch for the Gimbal cover.
    • Flip the DJI Mavic Pro over.

    • Gently press the latch for the Gimbal cover.

    • Pull the cover off.

  14. Flip the DJI Mavic Pro back  over, with its top side facing up. Remove the two ZIF connectors located behind the plastic covers by using a nylon spudger.
    • Flip the DJI Mavic Pro back over, with its top side facing up.

    • Remove the two ZIF connectors located behind the plastic covers by using a nylon spudger.

  15. Gently remove the power cable connector located to the left, behind the gimbal board, by pulling up on the white base.
    • Gently remove the power cable connector located to the left, behind the gimbal board, by pulling up on the white base.

  16. Scrape away the plastic adhesive covering the two 5mm JIS #000 screws connected to the gimbal board.
    • Scrape away the plastic adhesive covering the two 5mm JIS #000 screws connected to the gimbal board.

    • Remove the two 5mm JIS #000 screws from the gimbal board by turning the screwdriver counterclockwise.

  17. Remove the two 7mm JIS #00 screws at the very front of the DJI Mavic Pro by turning the screwdriver counterclockwise.
    • Remove the two 7mm JIS #00 screws at the very front of the DJI Mavic Pro by turning the screwdriver counterclockwise.

  18. Flip the DJI Mavic Pro over, with the camera facing you. Gently pull the gimbal/camera assembly up and out.
    • Flip the DJI Mavic Pro over, with the camera facing you.

    • Gently pull the gimbal/camera assembly up and out.

Conclusion

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

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THANK YOU!!!!!! Perfect!

Chris Hunt - Réponse

u didn’t tell me to remove to front two screws on the bottom and you made me break the tok off. U guys suck and owe me 20$ for a new top. &&^& u

James - Réponse

Didn‘t see Step 5?

Klausi -

Bonjour,

Merci pour cette tuto qui m’a permis d’effectuer la manipulation sans problème. Mais il se fait qu’après le changement de tout le cadran de la caméra avec le câble plat (Gimbal) achété sur amazon, tout s’affiche normalement, sauf que l’écran reste noir, aucun retour vidéo et aucune photo enregistrée. J’ai vérifié que toutes les connexions sont bien effectuées.

Pourriez-vous avoir une idée de ce qui peut être la cause?

Merci d’avance

Alain

Alain Lushimba - Réponse

Alain J'ai eu ce même problème (avec une surcharge de cardan et une erreur de gyroscope) j'ai remplacé le câble tressé de la caméra (celui avec un tas de fils collés ensemble) et cela a réparé ma caméra et mon cardan. Maintenant, mon drone fonctionne parfaitement.

(J'ai utilisé google translate donc je n'ai aucune idée si cela est écrit correctement)

J'espère que cela aide !!

-Eli

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