Introdução

This guide instructs you on how to replace the motor that ejects the film. You will need a Phillips screwdriver and a soldering iron.

  1. 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. 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.

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

  3. Press the release tab on the back of the camera to open the film compartment. Remove the film cartridge within this compartment. Remove the film cartridge within this compartment.
    • Press the release tab on the back of the camera to open the film compartment.

    • Remove the film cartridge within this compartment.

  4. Press the battery cover in and down to remove it. Remove any batteries within. Remove any batteries within.
    • Press the battery cover in and down to remove it.

    • Remove any batteries within.

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  6. Use a plastic opening tool to help pry the front and back shells apart. With the camera facing down, remove only the back shell. With the camera facing down, remove only the back shell.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to help pry the front and back shells apart.

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

  7. 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.
    • 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.

  8. Remove the four 4.5 mm #00 Phillips screws on the battery compartment. Remove the four 4.5 mm #00 Phillips screws on the battery compartment.
    • Remove the four 4.5 mm #00 Phillips screws on the battery compartment.

  9. Lift up the battery compartment to free up the motor.
    • Lift up the battery compartment to free up the motor.

  10. Unscrew the two 2.9mm Phillips #00 screws holding the motor to the frame.
    • Unscrew the two 2.9mm Phillips #00 screws holding the motor to the frame.

  11. Remove the motor from the frame. Remove the motor from the frame.
    • Remove the motor from the frame.

  12. Desolder the wires from the leads of the capacitor. Take note of the connections between the wires and leads for reassembly.
    • Desolder the wires from the leads of the capacitor.

    • Take note of the connections between the wires and leads for reassembly.

Conclusão

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

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