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TCON When I use my TCON 14B or TCON-300, my image appears in a small circle with black

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The focal length set on the camera is wrong. If you are using the TCON series extension lenses the focal length needs to be set at full telephoto, 36mm.

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OK. Look at image 1 above. Remove all the screws circled.

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Their will also be a white cable (not in pic) this can be unplugged by lifting the little round connector with your fingernail; allowing you to pull it through the hinge.

If you unplug the Black cable and pull it loose, you will definitely have a difficult time getting it back underneath its socket. It's easier to desolder it from the board in the top case ( Image 4 in green)

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I know this is a lot, just bear with me we're almost done.

This next part you have to use EXTREME CAUTION

To unplug your display cables (image 5) you will have to very carefully lift the little black latch on the connector. You will have to use 2 fingernails, one on each side, to lift these off. IF you only lift from one side you will break the Black latch on the connector making the entire board - garbage! Same for reassembly - be wary pushing the latch back down. The top cable circled in Red is for the bottom display. The bottom one is for the top display. There will be a single screw holding the MotherBoard in place. Remove it and lift the MB out carefully.

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Above (image 6) is the Bottom display assembly. The 3 pieces are held together with adhesive. The display is on teh bottom, the Touchpad in the center, and the top is the protective shielding. They can be pried apart carefully using fingernails or a plastic tool (be very careful not to crack anything)

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Image 10 - note the black wire that goes through the hinge. It is "jumped" (meaning it is connected to two places on the board, one next to the other)

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Image 11
The collar that fits inside the plastic case hole.

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Circled in green in image 12 is the angle adjuster. This is best installed with a small pair of adjustable pliers.

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