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Replacing battery door

I have the new the door that came with no installation instructions.How do I take out the old door and put in the new the one without breaking it?

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Re: replacing battery door

I just did it 2 minutes ago, you have to remove all the screws around the body (7)and loosen or separate the body of the camera, then you remove the old cover at an angle, it comes out easily, then replace with the new one, making sure the little spring goes under the hinge... piece of cake... good luck.

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