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Canon Powershot S200 Screen Replacement

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A step-by-step guide on how to repair a Canon Powershot S200 screen

  • Auteur: Anh
  • Geschatte tijd: 30 - 40 minuten
  • Moeilijkheid: Moeilijk

The screen is a crucial part of the camera: it displays images for consumers to view their pictures instantly. Damage to the screen may require replacement.

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Gereedschap

Stap 1 Screen  ¶ 

After completing the removal of the motherboard, remove the tripod mounting screws (3.4mm) on the left side

Stap 1 Screen  ¶ 

  • After completing the removal of the motherboard, remove the tripod mounting screws (3.4mm) on the left side

Stap 2  ¶ 

Carefully pry the left side of the housing plate from the bottom of the tripod mounting plate, releasing it from the two alignment pegs next to the screws

Stap 2  ¶ 

  • Carefully pry the left side of the housing plate from the bottom of the tripod mounting plate, releasing it from the two alignment pegs next to the screws

Stap 3  ¶ 

Lift the left side of the tripod mounting plate towards you, lift free the mounting plate from the rest of the assembly

Stap 3  ¶ 

  • Lift the left side of the tripod mounting plate towards you, lift free the mounting plate from the rest of the assembly

  • Be careful because there are still wire connections attached to the mounting plate which you don't want to remove

Stap 4  ¶ 

Remove the 2.1mm screws from the bottom and top of the screen connecting it to the housing plate

Stap 4  ¶ 

  • Remove the 2.1mm screws from the bottom and top of the screen connecting it to the housing plate

Stap 5  ¶ 

Unsolder the four points at the top of the screen with a soldering iron

Stap 5  ¶ 

  • Unsolder the four points at the top of the screen with a soldering iron