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My new battery door is now installed! Our local Radio Shack repairman was able to do it and I watched over his shoulder as he did it. Believe me, it is not a job for the faint of heart. The screws visible on the bottom of the camera are just a small part of what has to be removed. It seems there are also a bunch of screws under the rubber on the right side of the camera, and at least some of them must be removed after peeling the rubber off. Even then it was necessary to sort of force the old door off and the new door on. Like I said - not for just anyone!
I'm having the same problem with my DSC-W1 camera. I dropped my camera and the battery door latches broke.
I found a replacement door on Ebay for $9.95
I followed the instructions in the description and easily removed the broken door from my camera. Now i'm just waiting on the new door to arrive so I could slide the new door in.
I hope this was helpful.
Here's the seller I bought the door from. Hopefully the seller has more doors. =) :