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What is a good way to hold the lid on my go pro case for te mean time until I get another one

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You can just use a rubber band to hold everything in place - just like they did here: What is a good way to hold the lid on my go pro ca - 12_4_2012_10_27_01_pm.jpg

I used to fabricate them by cutting old bike inner tubes in 1cm large rings - they work perfectly! ;)

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