Introduction

This replacement is fairly straight forward. The only tool you will need is a #00 Phillips screwdriver and/or an extra long #00 Phillips screwdriver. Optionally, you could use a nylon spudger to help pry open the camera shell.

Remove the six 4.5 mm #00 Phillips screws from the bottom, left, and right sides.
  • Remove the six 4.5 mm #00 Phillips screws from the bottom, left, and right sides.

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Use a spudger to remove the film slot guard on the top of the camera.
  • Use a spudger to remove the film slot guard on the top of the camera.

  • Remove the one 4.5 mm #00 Phillips screw under the slot guard.

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  • Press the release tab on the back of the camera to open the film compartment.

  • Remove the film cartridge within this compartment.

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  • Press the battery cover in and down to remove it.

  • Remove any batteries within.

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  • Use a plastic opening tool to help pry the front and back shells apart.

  • With the camera facing down, remove only the back shell.

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  • Carefully peel the front side of the shell away.

    • As you lift the front shell, be careful to not pull too hard since there is a spring attached to the shell and the camera body.

  • Using a set of tweezers, detach the spring from the body. The spring will retract into the black and gray ring on the front shell.

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Conclusion

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

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