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My camera The door on my camera does not shut. How do I get it replaced?

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Hello shrnj113:

Which door are you talking about?
If it is the lens slide cover, then it needs repair.
If it is the battery cover, then you need repair and parts.

Take care,

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

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