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はじめに

This is a necessary procedure for replacing the back latch of the Canon EOS Rebel XS 35mm camera. This guide details how to remove the back latch and put a back latch back on, whether it's the same back latch or a new one. The back latch covers and protects the film, among other things.

  1. Remove 6 screws using a PH000 Screwdriver.
    • Remove 6 screws using a PH000 Screwdriver.

    • Remove 1 (7mm) screw

    • Remove 5 (4mm) screws

  2. With your fingers, push on the bottom cover with a horizontal force until it clicks and separates.
    • With your fingers, push on the bottom cover with a horizontal force until it clicks and separates.

  3. With tweezers - although you can also use your fingers - you may remove these 5 gears (shown with colored squares around them) and place them somewhere else for the time being. They fall out easily while you're working, so this will help you stay organized.
    • With tweezers - although you can also use your fingers - you may remove these 5 gears (shown with colored squares around them) and place them somewhere else for the time being. They fall out easily while you're working, so this will help you stay organized.

  4. Using a PH000 screwdriver bit, remove the three black screws shown in the two pictures that are all 4 mm in length and 1 mm in diameter. Using a PH000 screwdriver bit, remove the three black screws shown in the two pictures that are all 4 mm in length and 1 mm in diameter.
    • Using a PH000 screwdriver bit, remove the three black screws shown in the two pictures that are all 4 mm in length and 1 mm in diameter.

  5. Using a Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the two black screws shown in the picture that are both 6 mm in length and 1.25 mm in diameter.
    • Using a Phillips #000 screwdriver, remove the two black screws shown in the picture that are both 6 mm in length and 1.25 mm in diameter.

  6. Pull off the front cover.
    • Pull off the front cover.

  7. Using an opening tool (you can also use your nails, but try not to use something potentially damaging to the camera such as metal), separate the top cover from the rest of the camera! Using an opening tool (you can also use your nails, but try not to use something potentially damaging to the camera such as metal), separate the top cover from the rest of the camera! Using an opening tool (you can also use your nails, but try not to use something potentially damaging to the camera such as metal), separate the top cover from the rest of the camera!
    • Using an opening tool (you can also use your nails, but try not to use something potentially damaging to the camera such as metal), separate the top cover from the rest of the camera!

  8. Once the front, top, and bottom covers have all been removed, it's time to remove the back latch! Using a paperclip or something similar (anything that's very skinny), push on the end of the skinny, silver, metal rod that vertically travels through the camera. Do this until enough of the rod pops out on the other side for the next step.
    • Once the front, top, and bottom covers have all been removed, it's time to remove the back latch! Using a paperclip or something similar (anything that's very skinny), push on the end of the skinny, silver, metal rod that vertically travels through the camera. Do this until enough of the rod pops out on the other side for the next step.

  9. With a pair of tweezers or just your fingers, pull the rod completely out of the camera. The back latch should then completely detach from the camera. With a pair of tweezers or just your fingers, pull the rod completely out of the camera. The back latch should then completely detach from the camera.
    • With a pair of tweezers or just your fingers, pull the rod completely out of the camera. The back latch should then completely detach from the camera.

まとめ

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

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