Question about Kodak EasyShare C743 Digital Camera
There are six screws (#0 phillips) on the sides and the bottom that you have to remove, two per side. Open the battery compartment and remove batteries and leave door open. the front should slip off, you might have to use a small flat screw driver to help the sides seperate. now there are three screws that hold the function button together. with the button out you can remove the old shutter button by GENTLY pushing the two little blue tabs to toward the center and into their little holes. be careful that the button doesn't shoot out and watch out for the spring. reassemble in the reverse order.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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