Tip & How-To about Cameras
Dear Community members!
I really know how to fix this problem "stuck out lenses"-i have done the repair myself,it needs some patience,and time. It takes 1-2h if you have good mechanic-electronic skills maybe 45-Min,for me this was 1h.I would like to mention, I am IT-electronic service engineer,but anyone with good,steady hands and some skills can do it,just needs little bit of patience. You have to take pieces all the camera, unfortunately.
1.Remove the external casing unscrewing all the visible screws 2.With the cover removed flip the screen out,be carefully because this is attached with two type of connectors witch are very delicate! 3.After removing the screen you have to unscrew the 6 black screws and the CCD-sensor comes off.Very carefully!!--it has 4-springs attached and 3silver screws are holding it and of course the wiring which has a delicate connector which needs to be removed as well.Underneath of this you should be able to see the lens moving mechanism which needs to be reseated,in mine one i had to remove on of the springs from inside and reseat a plastic pin which holds the mechanism arms. That's all. 3.After that everything needs putting back in reversed order. Good luck!
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