PTZ Disassembly 
Hello there! I am going to show you how to disassemble the PTZ-2 camera so you can do whatever work on it. In these steps, I am going to show you how to fix the tilting problem, which is a common problem with all PTZ-2P cameras. This was caused by a broken casting which holds the camera in place. You would hear it making a "clicking" noise when you tried to get the camera down. So without any delay, let?s get started!
Hello there! I am going to show you how to disassemble the PTZ-2 camera so you can do whatever work on it. In these steps, I am going to show you how to fix the tilting problem, which is a common problem with all PTZ-2P cameras. This was caused by a broken casting which holds the camera in place. You would hear it making a "clicking" noise when you tried to get the camera down. So without any delay, let?s get started!
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Turn the camera round. You should see three holes. In this photo, you should see two holes. That's where you can unscrew the screws. You will need an 'X' head screwdriver
Turn the camera round. You should see three holes. In this photo, you should see two holes. That's where you can unscrew the screws. You will need an 'X' head screwdriver
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At the back of the camera, you should see another hole.
At the back of the camera, you should see another hole.
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The screws. In case you got the screws mixed up, here's what they look like.
The screws. In case you got the screws mixed up, here's what they look like.
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Turn the camera round. You should be able to take the top body off easily.
Turn the camera round. You should be able to take the top body off easily.
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Top view of the camera
Top view of the camera
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Close up. You should see four black screws. That's to hold the bottom body together. You should also see four silver (smaller) screws. That holds the camera with the bottom movement part.
Close up. You should see four black screws. That's to hold the bottom body together. You should also see four silver (smaller) screws. That holds the camera with the bottom movement part.
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Remove the black screws first. That will "loosen" the bottom body.
Remove the black screws first. That will "loosen" the bottom body.
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Then remove the silver screws and it will loosen the camera.
Then remove the silver screws and it will loosen the camera.
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