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Several of the cheaper "kit" lenses offered by Nikon have plastic mounts. While these lenses have great optical quality, a number of us have managed ...
I got mine from Nikon usa for about 17 dollars including shipping. Please take note of the screw, brass plate and chrome mounting post in the left si...
The only tool needed is a small philips screwdriver. I placed everything on a large sheet of white graph paper to be able to see the screws more ea...
There are 8 screws to remove. 3 larger screws can be seen in the first photo. There are 5 smaller screws that face into the axis of the lens, remov...
Remove the inner piece as shown, setting it aside. Keep track of your screws.
Gently rotate the CPU contact plate in as shown (it is attached with with a ribbon cable). pull the lens mount out carefully, and let is flop as show...
Unscrew the bad mount from the white wire and mounting bracket as shown. Remove and set aside the bad mount. On the replacement part, unscrew th...
1. insert new replacement mount 2. rotate CPU contact plate back to its proper position 3. insert inner part removed earlier 4. tighten screws (do ...
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