简介

A basic representation on replacing the lens on the iON SnapCam 1045.

Detach the magnetic  clip from the bottom  of the camera.
  • Detach the magnetic clip from the bottom of the camera.

  • The magnetic clip gets in the way of disassembly because it constantly spins and therefore a distraction so it is imperative to detach.

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Use a spudger to  gently detach  the  memory card and USB slot cover.
  • Use a spudger to gently detach the memory card and USB slot cover.

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  • Use a Phillips #000 Screwdriver to loosen the 0.008 mm screw located between the USB and memory card slots.

  • This screw is really tiny and can easily fall off and get lost! Make use of a magnetic mat to hold it in place or better still put the magnetic clip to use for keeping the screw safe.

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  • Once again use the spudger to gently open the encasement.

  • The case is a little fragile and forceful entry could lead to damage of the plastic case. Thread carefully.

  • The Battery can be safely detached and replaced.

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  • To get to the motherboard, safely lift the battery to expose an Aluminium plate that shields and holds the motherboard in place.

  • The plates are held down by four Phillips 0.008 mm screws on all four corners. Use a Phillips head #000 to safely loosen the screws.

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  • To replace the motherboard gently insert a plastic opening tool into one end and lift up.

  • Be careful to avoid inserting material that is rough and too sturdy as it can damage components on the motherboard.

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  • The motherboard is in plain sight . The lens assembly is located on the lower left part of the motherboard just to the left of the power button.

  • To replace the lens assembly, simply flip it up and detach.

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结论

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Jessica Matias

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