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Nikon N65 Film Camera Broken latch

Broken latch on Nikon N65 back door (shell - film loading). Any suggestions on where to get a replacement part and how difficult the repair is?

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You have to replace the whole door. There is one on eBay, but you won't like the price. Find it here: eBay

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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