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Where are the 6 screws

I looked for 6 phillip screws on my camera but could only find 5, 3 on the bottom and 2 on the side. will you please let me know where i can locate the 6th one.

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Re: where are the 6 screws

1 screw under the mem card slot;
1 screw close to the USB port;
2 inside the batteries compartment.

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