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Terminal Cover will not stay closed

Terminal cover bent while in bag. Won't stay closed on one end or the other.

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    Thank you, sm4344! I'll try your fix!


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I assume you're referring to the rubber cover on the left side of the body, if so, just get some black gaffer tape from your local camera shop. It holds very well and does not leave any residue on the body.

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