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Most digital camera's sensors have these so called 'dead pixels' or pixels that aren't functioning. It's normal for your camera to have dead pixels and you cannot do anything to repair it. But some cameras have a certain feature to resolve this issue, the process states that the user manually marks the area of the dead pixel and the camera will try to blend it so that it will appear to more natural. It works by blending the dead pixel to the nearest color of your image.
try too fine a battery container which can hold your batteries and contact it too the camera by the external power plug.
It's an solution if you don't find a battery door.
You may also use a car battery of 6 volt by this system.
I have a hp 733 photosmart and to release my card lock I just use my thumbnail to slide the door open a the depress the card slightly and the card is released enough to remove the SD card. Hope this helps you.