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Frankenstien Sep 25, 2007 10:44 PM

I would like to disassemble this camera and have alreadytaken tentative steps to do so.

There are 4 Phillips head screws visible externally:

bottom, left (inside Memory Stick Pro bay opening)

bottom, right(adjacent to Sony model number / serial number label)

side, right, towards rear(closest to zoom control)

top, left, towards rear

I have managed to get the case to open slightly verticallyon the right-hand side, however, experience dictates that I go no further without some guidance as the left-hand side does not seem to want to separate - something elseseems to beholding the left-hand case halves together firmly.

Any thoughts? Has anyone been here / done this before?

TIA, FFF

nickphoto123 Sep 26, 2007 6:18 AM

For what purpose do you want to open your camera?

In general, I doubt that there are any servicable parts. And, you would likely void your warranty, if you are still in your warranty period.

I would suggest you contact the manufacturer to obtain the price to completely re-urbish your camera. It may be worth while to do so.

Nicholas



Cyberf828 Sep 26, 2007 7:44 AM

I would be interested as well to know why you are tearing it apart.

Frankenstien Sep 26, 2007 9:28 AM

Hey ... thanks for the interest folks ...

My purpose is to expose the innards to more air ...following full fresh water immersion of the unit -powered off. I do not want to risk powering it up again unitl I am satisfied it has completely dried out - then we'll see what's what. I fear the unit may be fooked, but, my approach is worth a shot I guess.

FYI - the camera is definatelyout of warranty, having been purchased APR04.

1700GMT26SEP07 FFF edit - for those that are interested, I found a good guide for disassemblingthe Sony DSC-P200 and cleaning the CCD: http://users.zoominternet.net/~ed.murphy/dustbunny.pdf


Cyberf828 Sep 27, 2007 6:45 AM

Cool find for the tear apart. Looks like it might be new camera time with it getting soaked.


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