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Disassembling EasyShare DX6340

I recently found my old DX6340 and was wondering if i could fix it...

Take the back off - 5 screws. (2 on bottom, 2 right end, 1 on left end. The 2 you can see on the back right dont need removing.)

You'll see the Off/On/settings wheel is fixed to the back casing by 2 screws (inside).

Remember the eraser-end of a pencil is good for rubbing out the marks on sliding resistors (where the off/setting whell rubs)

Hope that helps

Jon C Webb
Tue, 22 Jan 2013 14:35:55 +0300

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