replacement LCD screen
Open the battery compartment and remove the batteries.
Remove the two screws that are deep in the battery compartment.
Open the CF compartment and remove the top screw.
The panel that holds the shutter button and zoom will come off.
Be careful! There are two small wires connecting the speaker to the body of the camera. These are very delicate so proceed with caution. Do not remove.
Unscrew the three small screws on the bottom of the camera.
Remove the wrist strap.
Remove the screw in the CF compartment.
Open the rubber Digital AV Out compartment flap.
Pry the battery with the IFIXIT opening tool.
Carefully pull out the battery with two fingers.
Remove the two screws that are now visible.
Starting from the bottom, carefully pull the casing off.
The casing will now pivot at the top.
There are three catches that hold the back casing to the body.
You may have to pull with some force. The rear panel will make a snapping noise when it separates from the body.
The interior of the camera should look like this.
Remove the two screws at the top of the battery compartment.
With your right thumb, pull back on the tab while using your left hand to pull the face of the camera away from the body.
After removing the front and rear panels, locate the viewfinder directly above the lens on top of the camera.
Three screws hold the viewfinder in place: two on the top and one on the lens side of the camera.
First, remove the screw in the bent corner of the viewfinder.
Next, remove the 2nd screw directly across from the bent corner. It may be hidden in the space under the orange circuitry.
Lastly, remove the final screw directly under the left side of the viewfinder (on the lens side).
After removing the three screws, the only thing still holding the viewfinder in place is a small plastic peg.
Remove the viewfinder with a firm pull directly upwards.
Remove the two clearly visible screws from the control dial, then remove the dial-- it should come off easily.
You should be able to see the two small wires connecting the speaker to a small green plug.
With tweezers, carefully unplug the wires from the plug. The wire should slide straight out.
Carefully replace the broken speaker/shutter panel with a new one.
The removed panel should look like this
Remove the one visible screw that attaches the flex assembly to the back of the camera.
Starting with the bottom-left corner (below the screen), lift the flex assembly away from the camera chassis.
Locate the small metal tab that attaches the flex assembly to the upper-right corner of the camera, and release it with a fingernail.
The tab is very small and may be hard to see.
Disconnect the black connector by lifting it up, as shown in the picture.
Be careful, this is a difficult step. If you forcibly remove the flex assembly without disconnecting the connector, you may damage it.
Gently pull the rest of the flex assembly away from the camera body until you reach the last connector.
Hold the flex assembly gently but firmly, and pull it out of the connection with two fingers.
Be sure to pull straight up, not at an angle.
Remove the two screws from the bottom of the camera.
Remove the last screw located on the top of the camera.
The screen should no longer be screwed to the body.
Gently push the screen down and then pull it away from the body of the camera.
It will swing away, because it is still plugged into the camera.
Unplug the thin orange ribbon cable (located towards the bottom of the camera) by carefully pulling it away from the white connector.
Finally, repeat the previous step with the thick orange strip located on the side of the screen.
You have successfully removed the LCD screen. The camera is now ready for the replacement screen.