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If it's a quick release tripod you need to remove the quick release plate (Usually a release lever to the side of the top of the tripod) and then fasten the plate securely to the camera and then the plate to the tripod. Older non-quick-release tripods have a knurled screw located below the flat area where the camera is attached. If the screw is missing, get a relacement from your local hardware store - 1/4" -20. (Find a way to keep the new one from getting lost.)
I have the same model, purchased from a pawn shop with a foot missing. My husband replaced it with a pencil eraser. He put shrink tubing material around the eraser until it was the right size to screw on to the thread. I hope this helps.
If you have lost the screw no problem. Take the camera with you and go to you r local hardware store and fit it with a new bolt or srew.. It will be a standered size and thread. I loose this part all of the time