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Little bit on battery cover broken. So won't close!!!

I accidently dropped my camera on the floor and the little bit on the battery cover the locks it in place has broken off so it won't close. The camera still works but I don't want to tape it in place. (too annoying when need to change SD card) I was just wondering where I'd get a new one from??

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  • fashion_girl Apr 14, 2009

    Oh right.
    I'll look into sending it back.
    Thanks for your help


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Those parts are not easily attainable. You will need to send it in for servicing. You could also buy a parts camera and try a DIY repair, but that may void the warranty.

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