PTZ Disassembly 
Tha's what it should look like when you put the top base back on. Remember - do NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE SCREWS! Otherwise you will break it again...
Tha's what it should look like when you put the top base back on. Remember - do NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE SCREWS! Otherwise you will break it again...
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Next, put the bottom body back in. Again, ensure that the flat cable is pulled out through the hole as seen in the photo.
Next, put the bottom body back in. Again, ensure that the flat cable is pulled out through the hole as seen in the photo.
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Next, put the camera back in and once again, ensure that you put the flat cable through the hole.
Next, put the camera back in and once again, ensure that you put the flat cable through the hole.
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If you like, you can remove the front glass/plastic out to clean it. Mine was full of fingerprints!  Put it back in when done.
If you like, you can remove the front glass/plastic out to clean it. Mine was full of fingerprints! Put it back in when done.
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Put all of the screws back in. Silver first and then black screws.
Put all of the screws back in. Silver first and then black screws.
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Put the flat cable back in the white plastic clip.
Put the flat cable back in the white plastic clip.
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That's what it looks like when you put the clip back on.
That's what it looks like when you put the clip back on.
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Finally, put the top body on. Remember to align the front glass/plastick with the grooves.
Finally, put the top body on. Remember to align the front glass/plastick with the grooves.
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Turn the camera round, screw them in (again, do not overtighten)
Turn the camera round, screw them in (again, do not overtighten)
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