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Panasonic camera DMC FS 16 CCD cleaning

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      Images taken with the FS16 of the same object before and after cleaning.

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      Open the battery compartment cover and remove the battery and the memory card,

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      Remove the two 4.6 mm # 000 Phillips screws from the bottom near the tripod thread

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      Remove the single 3.3 mm # 000 Phillips screw from the right side.

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      Remove the four 3.3 mm Phillips screws from the left side

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      Use a spudger or plastic opener to remove the rear cover. Start next to the USB cover and slide the tool along the camera. Lift the rear housing cover off.

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      Carefully lift the keyboard board vertically upwards with your fingers.

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      Under the keyboard board you will find a gray plastic molding. This part is just jammed and with a bit of patience you can remove it with a spudger. Make sure that none of the sensitive detents break off. Start prying at the bottom.

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      Under the gray plastic molding you will find the motherboard. You do not have to replace the ribbon cable to the display. It is enough to fold the display away!

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      On the opposite side, the display is fixed with a thin piece of sheet metal. Carefully bend the metal away with tweezers or similar tool

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      Under the display is another shielding plate. It is attached with two 6.4 mm #000 Phillips screws. Remove those to remove the shield

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      The back of the CCD is exposed.

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      Flip the CCD up.

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