Disassembling Canon PowerShot SD700 Lens Manual Repair Guide (first)
00 Phillips screwdriver (1)
This guide to disassemble the lens of the camera. This is going to serve others
Clean the lens, if you find the E18 error.
Step 1 – exterior
Turn off the camera by pressing the power LCD button above. Remove the battery and the memory card.
Remove the screws from the bottom of the camera using a 00 Philip
Remove the screws from the right side of the camera.
Remove the screws on the left side of the device under the “was / output.”
Digital cover flap”.
Remove the screws at the bottom of the unit near the battery and
the memory card slots. This screw is longer than the rest of the screws.
Delete file before and the sheet of the device.
Step 7-inch LCD
Remove the two screws that connect the LCD screen and the backlight of the camera body.
Gently loosen the screen and the backlight of the camera body. Gently loosen the backlight of the LCD screen. The thin ribbon cable is for the backlight. The thick ribbon cable is for the LCD screen.
Carefully lift the ZIF connector that covers the thick ribbon cable.
This ZIF connector is fragile. Be careful pulling the bottom position. Insert the new LCD and replace the camera.
Disconnect the Ribbon from the box on the circuit. Take the new Strip and insert it into the housing. You can use tongs or a pointed tool.
Step 11: motherboard
Once the LCD screen and the backlight are detached, remove the screw more
marked in red on the image, but also the four sizes small screws
marked in blue.
Phillips remove two screws near the tripod mounting with a slotted screwdriver.
Remove the screw beside the shutter with a Philip screwdriver.
Remove the cable from the ZIF connector Orange tape that is attached to the tape using a screwdriver or a spudger.
Lift the shade with capping on tape. This will remove the wrapping around the base plate.
With single base plate box, remove the short Orange tape by pulling the ZIF connector with a spudger or other plastic opening tools and make slide tape on. Separate tape is switched off on the side of the camera contains the base from the rest of the camera.
Remove the wires to the base plate, as shown in the black box. You can detach pulling it them simply.
You can then delete the film pull the base plate.
Delete the last cables connected to the motherboard. It can be removed by gently lifting it up.
Place a flat head screwdriver and gently lift the connected circuit, as shown in the photo.
Remove the screw with a screwdriver by philip 00. Once the screw is removed, gently lift the motherboard in the case.
Remove the screws as indicated by the red circle. Once the screw is removed, you can remove the directory.
Step 22 – lens
Once you have removed the lens from the main frame, gently brush out of Earth, sand or dust that may accumulate in the cracks. With a brush or a compressed air cartridge can help you eliminate all impurities. Reassemble the appliance, follow these instructions in reverse order. Download HERE this guide is very very useful for you cause included image figures in step by step HERE for Disassembling Canon PowerShot SD700 Lens Manual Repair Guide
Canon Powershot SD790 IS LCD Screen Manual Installing Guide
New replacement LCD (1)
00 Phillips screwdriver (1)
This guide is a step by step instruction how remove and replace a cracked LCD screen
for the Canon Powershot SD790 is.
Step 1 – LCD screen
Tools needed: #00 Phillips screwdriver warning: the six screws removed during this stage are small and should be placed somewhere safe. Using the #00 screwdriver, remove the two screws on the left side (as shown in table 1). Using the #00 screwdriver, remove the two screws on the right side of the camera (as shown in Photo 2). Using the #00 screwdriver, remove the two screws from the bottom of the camera (as shown in Photo 3).
Fingers, manually pop open the USB cover, tagged as “«A / V digital OUT. ‘” It is located on the side of the camera (see photo). Gently pull the tab on the side trim and withdraw completely from the camera.
Tools needed: Spudger to lift and remove the cover from the display, carefully grasp the sides of the Chamber. If necessary, use a spudger (see photos).
Once you remove the screen cover, lid and the side of the slide plate (see photos).
Tools required: screwdriver #00 warning: the three screws removed in this step are small and should be placed somewhere safe. #00 Screwdriver, remove the two screws located at the bottom of the camera, as well as the screw located next to the LCD monitor (see photos).
Tools: clamps using pliers, gently slide the small band, Orange, transparent (LCD cable) horizontally from his blank the screen of the device (see picture).
Caution: Do not completely remove the keypad of the camera output. The black and red wires will keep the Panel connected to the camera. Allow that Panel hanging out of the way to complete the remaining steps. Fingers, pop open the cover of the USB port (labeled as ‘ A / V digital output “in camera”). With your fingers, remove the button output pane, located at the top of the camera (see photo).
Tools needed: spudger attention: grey is very low. Note: To get a larger version of these images, click on the option “use huge” located in the upper-left corner of the image. With the help of the spudger, put the small grey clip (located next to dark grey on the top LCD camera) in an upward motion. Clip must remain attached to the camera, not completely leached (see photos).
Tools: clamps using pliers, gently slide Orange Ribbon, translucent dark grey top of LCD horizontally to the screen. Once you have completed this step, the screen is now ready to be replaced.
Note: This is the first step to reassemble the camera with your new LCD screen. Slide the rear LCD screen of the camera, aligning the left flap out of the screw hole (see photo). Check all the corners of the screen to ensure a good fit.
Tools needed: pliers insert strip LCD horizontally in the port, pliers tweezers if necessary. Put the small grey clip from the vertical position to horizontal. There will be noise when a light click position horiztonal flap switch, block the Strip instead of LCD.
Take the white plug on the button of the Panel (located on the top side of the camera)
and it is aligned with the hole (as in the photo). Once they are aligned, the keypad will snap into place.
Tools needed: pliers caution: be very careful when performing this step. At the bottom of the camera horizontally slide the tape of LCD in its port, using pliers if necessary.
Tools required: screwdriver #00 warning: the three screws attached to this step are tiny and must be handled with care. Note: the two screws at the bottom of the appliance must be longer, shorter not screws. Using the #00 screwdriver, install the two screws at the bottom of the unit and screw on the side of the camera. These screws hold the LCD screen (see photos).
Note: Tabs for coverage will start out flush with the side plate and put it in the camera.
Outside the camera tabs, exceptional fit the rear cover. Once the side plate and cover, coverage of the screen will break again in the Chamber.
Note: USB port, with the label “has / V digital output ‘, must be open before replacing the lateral cover.” Replace the cover on the side of the camera snapping it back in place (see photo). Once the side cover, close the lid of USB, with the label “” has / V digital OUT. “”
Tools needed: #00 Phillips screwdriver warning: six screws used in this stage are tiny and must be handled with care.
Using the screwdriver from #00, mount the short screws on the sides left, right and bottom of the unit (see photos). want it ? Download HERE for this Canon Powershot SD790 IS LCD Screen Manual Installing Guide