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Broken lens cap

The lens cap has snapped when dropped.  Where might I find a new one?  How much do they cost??

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Can be replaced quite easily with the screws at the bottom.  Might have to buy a whole camera on ebay .  Spares/repairs.  If you are unsure I can send link

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After drop down the camera the pin is damaged or the lens is out of guide line.
That's why it was stuck out side. But some how its go in and stuck again. With
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I too dropped my digicam...my lens got damaged they told cost would come around 9k so i gotta new one.It s the only thing that can be done..

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