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Lost the slide/flap that holds the battery and memory card in

I dropped my camera and the slide that holds the battery and memory card in broke off and long story short i lost it anyone know where i could get the part and not pay over E100 for it??

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I have a used one from a camera I serviced. Google my username... ;)

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