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Lens jammed, in search of new lens

Kid sister dropped camera and lens got jammed. i tried taking it apart but messed it up more so now im looking for a spare lens to replace it. is there a manufacturer or site i can purchase one. and if so, is there a manual to replace the lens, is it hard to solder the wired part back on?

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Ebay your camera as is , for parts or buy same model camera , to practice on ( there are manuals available on line ) but soldering ? takes time and patience to become . . . yes ! proficient : this could be your opportunity to learn a valuable skill .

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