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Lost battery door

The little cover that flips over the battery at the bottom of the camera fell off and is lost. Is there any way to get a replacement? Without this battery door there is no connection to use the flash. If there is no replacement part, is there a comparable camera to replace the Jazz jelly? She gets great pictures with this, and it was at such a great price.

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