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Nikon n4004 top cover

How do i remove the top cover plate from my n4004 camera. the right side seems to be caught on something and i don't want to break it by using too much force.
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There are two screws on the right side that are hard to find. One is inside the battery chamber and the other is under the small cover surrounding the shutter release button. The cover is held in place by 2 sided tape. Pry it up carefully starting near the strap lug

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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