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Battery compartment cover

My battery compartment cover is chipped and won't clip shut. The hinge is perfectly intact, it's just the plastic cover (which slides off the hinge) that I need to replace. Fuji won't send one out "for health and safety reasons" and they want £99.00 to do a "repair". Does anybody know where I can get a cover?

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  • d7tlf Jan 21, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem and fuji must know its a problem as it is so easy to change if the part was available, this is really putting me off Fuji as all they want to do is charge £99 for 10 seconds work its that easy to change



    D Telfer

  • kenwatson Sep 22, 2008

    My S602Z battery cover is also cracking up, two of the three anchor points have gone, and the third is cracking. £99 is extortionate and probably reflects the value of the whole camera now. Thin plastic cable ties, aren't pretty but do the job but are prone to 'pop off'. A new cover is the answer.

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The plastic cover is attached to a metal hinge, but the plastic bit that stops it coming adrift is worn, you can bend the metal part that slides into the cap so as to enable plastic cap to hold on

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Hi how u going? I just brought a new cover for AUD24.01 which includes postage n tax from Fuji here in Australia.
Fujifilm Australia Ltd 114 Old Pittwater Rd Brookvale NSW 2100 Australia Ph (612) 9466 2600 www.fujifilm.com.au
Freecall 1800 226 355
All the best
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They really want you to buy a new camera instead!
TAPE it shut!
Otherwise you can sometimes find equipment sold 'as-is' for parts on eBay or other internet sites.
Do a web-search for it.

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