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I need a new battery cover as the plastic catch has broken

I need a new battery cover as the plastic catch has borken on the cover, any idea where I can get one from. I live near Newcastle upon Tyne so anyone near by would be useful.
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Alan

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Sure , go to ebay or amazon

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One possible source, in a choice of colors, is
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