26. Blow out any dust from the camera body
cavity with a blowers bulb. The filter/CMOS assembly will now
be placed back into the camera body. Place the CMOS assembly unit
onto the three springs, by lining up the holes in the assembly
frame with the black plastic pins next to the springs. Be
careful because the springs are loose and may fall over. Return
the three screws with the Torx driver to their original positions
using one of the methods you used in STEP #14. Place a drop of
glue over the head of each Torx screw, to keep the screws from
turning out of position.
For the FULL
SPECTRUM MOD only, you will need to do some extra work to adjust
the CMOS Imaging Chip Assembly by re-adjusting its position so
that the camera's Auto Focus function will operate correctly.
If you do not need the camera's Auto Focus function to operate
correctly, you can skip this adjustment. The adjustment involves
turning the three sensor mount torx screws inward (clockwise)
from their original positions by 1/12th of a full turn as shown
below and then place a drop of glue on each torx screw to keep
them moving out of adjustment.
27. Install three screws as shown for ground
straps and reconnect small ribbon cable into the white connector
using rubber tipped tweezers. (For Full Spectrum mod only,
there is no cable). For
the 700D only install the black plastic piece before installing
the two screws on the left side of the photo below:
28. When inserting the circuit board note
the routing of the ribbon cables. The circuit board rests on alignment
pins. Install 5 screws as shown below.
29. Fully insert ribbon cables A through
J into their connectors as labeled below. Refer to Step #9 for
descriptions of the ribbon cable connector types.
30. The back of the camera is now connected
to the camera body. Push both ribbon cables into their connectors.
Place the back of the camera onto the body and press until it
snaps into place.
31. Install the plastic port cover using
four torx screws as shown. The black rubber grippy material needs
to be pressed back into place on the camera body. Use a flat head
driver to press the material firmly into place around its edge.
32. Install two screws as shown:
Almost done! Now continue to the
next page for the final re-assembly steps that are the easiest
part of the procedure.
Next Page - Camera Re-assembly beginning at Step 50