Do I have this right? The purpose of a teardown is to discover how to take a product apart and get inside without destroying it —and so you can put it back together. So the purpose of a teardown is not to troubleshoot a specific defect. That is what a repair guide is for. I’m seeing this as Part 1: Teardown. Part 2: Write a repair guide. What do you think?
Fun to see a relatively low-tech teardown. But I didn’t learn anything about how the innards actually make Robie move. Should I expect that from a teardown?
I’m a little confused—since this is a how-to replace the sensor guide, I’d expect some info on where & how to obtain the replacement part—and a step or two about putting it in. As is, this guide leaves me up in the air. (I should be clear: I am looking at this guide out of interest—I own this camera—but I am not needing to do this repair).