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On the bottom of the camera there is the area where you slide open and put the batteries in. The little "door" that slides open broke apart and I can't keep the door closed. Can you buy that little part?

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I doubt it, but you could just tape it shut. You might contact Kodak but like I said, not much change for a part like that, you might be able to purchase the case but pretty expensive and probaby very difficult to install the guts into. if you have all the parts to the door, you might be able to glue it back together.

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