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How to replace battery door cover

I have the new battery door but can't figure out how to replace it. I have removed several screws, but don't want to pull it apart. Any help would be appreciated

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To replace the battery door you will need to disassemble the camera. remove the six screws (#0 phillips) on the sides and the bottom, two per side. make sure the batteries are removed and the door is open, whats left of it anyway. slip the front of the camera off, you might need a small flat screw driver to help separate the halves. with the front off remove the screw just above the view finder and the one by the battery compartment in the corner. now pry the back off, start with the side by the lens. the usb jack will not let you slip the back straight off so you will have to pry the lens side down a bit and then push it toward usb jack. with the back off you can remove the remains of the broken door by sliding the pin toward the negative symbol on the camera, watch for the spring. reassemble in the reverse order. when putting the back on slip the usb jack into its hole and make sure that it is not pushing against the inside of the case.

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