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How to replace battery door?

Ugh...I'm stumped. I got the replacement battery door for my camera but can't figure out how to take off the old one and put the new one in place. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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I just replaced my battery door. You have to take every screw out of the camera. I used a philips eye glass screw driver. Then, pull the front and back covers apart carefully, its only plastic. There is a pin that holds the door to the rear cover. If you push the battery door button back and fourth the pin will start to show out the side of the camera. I pulled it out once it showed with small pair of needle nose pliers. Just reverse the procedure to install the new door.

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