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I am missing one of the screws that holds one of the legs on

Can you suggest a place where I could find a spare screw that holds the leg on the tripod? The other ones look like a screw that goes into a hollow tube with a phillips head top. Where can I find a replacement as I seem to have lost one of them?

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