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Need a piece to repair my camcorder.

I have a RCA Auto Shot camcorder and had it sitting on a tripod, it got knocked over and the whole eye piece broke off, it was connected by a orange electrical strip that is the piece that is broke so if any one knows where I could get this piece let me know. It says HCD200 on the orange strip. Thaks in advance for your help.

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