Use this guide to replace the Canon PowerShot A75's flash unit.


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  1. Turn the camera over and locate the "BATT OPEN" sliding switch.
    • Turn the camera over and locate the "BATT OPEN" sliding switch.

  2. Slide the switch to the right.
    • Slide the switch to the right.

      • The battery cover should slide down and spring open.

    • Remove the 4 AA batteries.

      • Watch for the orientation of the batteries as they slide out.

      • The battery orientation is shown under the battery flap itself and on a sticker next to the battery flap.

    • Remove the three 2.5mm screws on the bottom of the camera.

    • Remove the 3.8mm screw underneath the flap that covers the A/V port.

    • Remove the 2.4mm screw located underneath the cover of the memory card slot.

    • Open the memory card slot by sliding it laterally until you hear a click.

    • Remove the 5.9mm screw in the upper corner of the memory card slot.

    • Remove the two 4.1mm screws at the bottom of the battery flap.

    • Lift the shutter button and speaker part from the top of the camera.

      • DO NOT pull the part too hard because there is a plug connecting the speaker to the camera.

    • Using a pair of tweezers, grab the plug that connects the speaker to the camera and gently pull it out.

    • Remove the rightmost 4.2mm screw underneath the battery cover, not the center screw.

    • Separate the back casing and front casing of the camera using your hands.

      • Pulling the two halves apart can be difficult, especially at the top. Use a moderate amount of force.

    • On the front of the camera, press the button on the lower left of the lens.

    • Twist the outer lens casing counter-clockwise and slide it out.

    • Take off the front casing.

    • There is a black rubber washer around the lens that comes out after you take the casing off. Make sure to replace it when putting the camera back together.

    • Rotate the camera such that the flash unit and capacitor are facing you.

      • DO NOT touch the capacitor because it may shock you.

    • Remove the 3.5mm screw located between the flash unit and the capacitor.

    • Snap flash unit out of place with your fingers.

      • Do not proceed to the next step unless you have previous soldering experience because you can damage the flash unit if you are not careful.

    • Unsolder the five wires connected to the flash unit in order to remove it.


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

Chris Miyahira

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