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Chances are the lock is engaged in the closed position. Look at lock on side of door where the latch assembly is. If the metal loop is engaged it will not close the door. Lift handle and push down the metal loop until it is in the unlock position
So other than the broken battery door (very common) it works just fine?
Well you could go and spend a fortune on another camera. Or you might decide that a few cents worth of sticky tape to hold the door closed is far better value.
I've fixed the same fault on similar Nikon models before by fashioning replacements for the broken plastic tab/loops using shaped short lengths of paper clip wire glued into carefully filed channels using epoxy resin (the designs vary, but Nikon keep making them of plastics with all the structural integrity of cheese!). Doing it that way makes a far neater and original-looking job of it and restores normal functionality.
With the front door open look at the inside /right side about half way down . There should be a stub of plastic molded into the door . this should push a switch when teh door is closed. if not you may need to "extend" the stub somehow as to activate teh switch. I have a short piece of tubing over the stub to get about 1/8 inch of aditional length. Works great.
If you have all of the pieces, you can use crazy glue to make the repair, otherwise take your camera to any camera shop where they will have access to whatever broken components need to be replaced. Regards, Joe
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Hello, Step 1 go to http://www.frigidare.com Step 2 click on CUSTOMER SERVICE on top of page Step 3 go to PRODUCT MANUALS and click on DOWNLOADS Step 4 type in MODEL NUMBER and click on search Step 5 your error code information is in the TECH DATA file there you can perform a full system check PLEASE READ ALL WARNINGS POSTED
Step 6 you should also access and save or print: OWNERS GUIDE, INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS, PARTS MANUAL, and OPERATING INSRTUCTIONS Step 7 save all PDF files to a new folder name it FRIGIDARE for easy availbility for viewing and printing. Thank you and good luck.
I had the same problem, so I took the door apart as explaned above, found it was gunged up with residue from the washihg cycles. Gave it a good clean, while the part was disconected of course, and hay presto! the door works like new again.