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Introdução

The LCD screen can be removed and replaced. Photos, videos, and the camera menus are displayed on the LCD screen.

Peças

Nenhum componente especificado.

  1. Remove the 2 screws (3.2mm, Phillips #00) found on the bottom side of the camera. Remove the 2 screws (3.2mm, Phillips #00) found on the side of the camera. Remove the 2 screws (3.2mm, Phillips #00) found on the side of the camera where the terminals are.
    • Remove the 2 screws (3.2mm, Phillips #00) found on the bottom side of the camera.

    • Remove the 2 screws (3.2mm, Phillips #00) found on the side of the camera.

    • Remove the 2 screws (3.2mm, Phillips #00) found on the side of the camera where the terminals are.

    • Open the flap revealing the cable inputs and remove the final screw (3.8mm, Phillips #00) found inside.

  2. Turn the camera so that the LCD screen is facing you.
    • Turn the camera so that the LCD screen is facing you.

    • Remove the back panel by pulling it off of the camera.

  3. Turn the camera so that the lens is facing you. Do not pull the front panel off without removing the ribbon cable first. Slowly lift the front panel from the camera.
    • Turn the camera so that the lens is facing you.

    • Do not pull the front panel off without removing the ribbon cable first.

    • Slowly lift the front panel from the camera.

    • The ribbon cable is connecting the front panel to the camera. Using the tweezers, gently pull the ribbon cable out of its socket.

    • A spudger may also be used to remove the ribbon cable.

    • Remove the rubber guard that rests on top of the lens.

    there is a small hole in the ribbon which the point of the tweezer can hook into to remove the cable.

    macman2 - Responder

  4. Turn the camera over so that the LCD screen is facing you.
    • Turn the camera over so that the LCD screen is facing you.

    • Remove the screw (3.9mm, Phillips #00) that is attaching the thin metal frame to the camera.

    • Remove the 2 screws (3.1mm, Phillips #00) that are attaching the control dial panel to the camera.

  5. Using the tweezers, detach the ribbon cable that is connected to the dial panel.
    • Using the tweezers, detach the ribbon cable that is connected to the dial panel.

    • A spudger may also be used to remove the ribbon cable.

  6. Turn the camera over so that the lens is facing you. Using the tweezers, gently lift the flap that is securing the ribbon cable to the motherboard.
    • Turn the camera over so that the lens is facing you.

    • Using the tweezers, gently lift the flap that is securing the ribbon cable to the motherboard.

    • Using the tweezers, remove the ribbon cable from its socket.

    • A spudger may also be used to remove the ribbon cable.

  7. Turn the camera over so that the LCD screen is facing you.
    • Turn the camera over so that the LCD screen is facing you.

    • Gently pull the control dial panel, and its attached ribbon cable, through the opening between the top panel and the camera body.

  8. Remove the thin metal frame that runs along the top of the LCD screen.
    • Remove the thin metal frame that runs along the top of the LCD screen.

  9. Turn the camera over so that the lens is facing you. Using the tweezers, gently lift the flap that secures the ribbon cable to the motherboard.
    • Turn the camera over so that the lens is facing you.

    • Using the tweezers, gently lift the flap that secures the ribbon cable to the motherboard.

    • Using the tweezers, detach the ribbon cable.

    • A spudger may also be used to remove the ribbon cable.

  10. Turn the camera over so that the LCD screen is facing you.
    • Turn the camera over so that the LCD screen is facing you.

    • Gently pull the LCD screen, and its attached ribbon cable, through the opening between the top panel and the camera body.

Conclusão

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

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Thank you for this guide. I managed to strip one of the screws holding down the control dial and had to drill it out -- don't send a software engineer to do a hardware job :-) . I also found re-inserting the cables into the sockets pretty painful.

Overall it was a pretty easy fix. Your guide and $9 on eBay (http://r.ebay.com/jbyswX) saved me a $150 repair from Canon.

Thanks again.

Sriram Swaminarayan - Responder

No wonder step 6 - the part that says 'gently lift the flap' is written in red. The 'flap' is glued onto the camera, and 'lifting' it simply breaks it off the camera, never to be returned. It was all going so well until this point; now I have to take/send it to an engineer and hope it can be fixed. I would ignore this part!

jasonmoran2307 - Responder

Thank you for this excellent guide. I had a pressure popped LCD screen rendering the camera useless! However, your guide and £14.99 for an Amazon spare part, plus about 20 minutes following your guide and I have a fully working camera. Those ribbon cable are tricky though!

Howard Beaumont - Responder

simplement bravo de France ! c’est excellent !

Be careful step 5 when you reconnect the ribbon to the dial. it may be misinserted (just under the right place and the screen won’t work.

tristan - Responder

Thanks for this but I have a problem with the screws. They got damaged when I took them out, and I need to get new ones, but I can’t find a place to get this exact size. Any advice?

Dominique BB - Responder

I used this info to replace my screen. The ribbon connectors were very tiny and one on the back was scary as it did not look as if it would go back in but all was well. I did end up with a screw leftover but the camera works fine. It was very helpful to have the right tools. I have made a video on my youtube channel recommending your site to others who need to fix their small electronics.

Robb Moffett - Responder

Great little tutorial. Couple suggestions.

The little holes in the ends of the ribbon cables can be used to remove/insert them via a dental pick or thin plastic rod. That’s what they’re for. Works better than tweezers. Tweezers can position, the pick can push. These holes can be seen in step 6.

In step 4 only the two screws holding the dial need to be removed. For opening the socket clamps, a plastic spudger is much better than tweezers. Less possibility of damage.

More important, underneath the ribbon cable for the back screen right where it attaches to the socket is a line of capacitors. This line for some reason picks up whatever moisture and contaminants that get into the camera. A little can be seen on the back of the cable in the second picture on Step 9. The caps are just under the ribbon cable end in the illustration. Use some 99% isopropyl alcohol and a camel’s hair brush and clean the caps and the ribbon cable end. DON”T splash it around!

Mike M - Responder

Followed your instructions. Managed to changed the LCD screen for my Canon S100. First time I try this kind of technical stuff, esp on a camera. Have to observe, think through then do. Did not understand the flip the flap part with some fumbling about to realize it is to open, release the cable and then flip it back to close, lock it in place. Inserting the cables was the difficult part Really grateful for your guide. Saved me $$$ Got the LCD online for only a couple of bucks.

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