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Battery door broken.

Where can I get my Philips PJ44432 camera fixed? The door that holds the batteries in broke. Please advise. Thanks!

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Re: Battery door broken.

Personally, I would go to your local hardware store and buy some electrical tape (the black stretchy tape about as wide as masking tape). Just use that to hold the cover shut. It's a lot cheaper than getting it "fixed", and it's just as good.

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