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#1 Gabriel Zichy

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 07:42 PM

Hey guys
I'm new here, came looking for some help and ended up also reading a lot of cool stuff too!

The thing is this.. I got a Canon Auto zoom 814 electronic from my grand mom's house a couple of days ago. The things is in mint condition exept for a battery left in the battery compartment for the last... forever. The darned thing bleeded out and sulphated the whole compartment on one side. I think the camera is fine except for that, and I'm looking to clean it up.
To do so I must remove a screw that I can see but can't access unless I unmount a piece of the exterior. I've been trying to disassemble the thing but can't get past a dozen screws and a couple of knobs and exterior pieces.
I have already removed the 6 screws from the tripod area and the other 4 under the film compartment.. a couple here and there... but no luck!


Any one knows how to procced??? Thank you!
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#2 Jean-Louis Seguin

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 09:28 PM

Hey guys
I'm new here, came looking for some help and ended up also reading a lot of cool stuff too!

The thing is this.. I got a Canon Auto zoom 814 electronic from my grand mom's house a couple of days ago. The things is in mint condition exept for a battery left in the battery compartment for the last... forever. The darned thing bleeded out and sulphated the whole compartment on one side. I think the camera is fine except for that, and I'm looking to clean it up.
To do so I must remove a screw that I can see but can't access unless I unmount a piece of the exterior. I've been trying to disassemble the thing but can't get past a dozen screws and a couple of knobs and exterior pieces.
I have already removed the 6 screws from the tripod area and the other 4 under the film compartment.. a couple here and there... but no luck!


Any one knows how to procced??? Thank you!





This website might help you:

http://canon-s8-repa...rip-removal.php

Cheers,
Jean-Louis
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