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Battery lock I broke the battery lock while trying to insert the battery. I brought it to a camera repair shop who said that they are encountering problems getting spare parts for this camera and especially a replacement lock. I live in Dublin can anybody recommend another camera repair shop that may locate or have the part. It is only 2 years old.

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If you can’t find a fix there is a guy in South Carolina who sells good used parts. I bought a LCD from him for $39.00 and it works great. I think his email is [email protected]

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Probably not. Parts for digi cameras are notorious for non availability The general feeling is it seems that among certain brands and model levels they are considered 'disposable' like computer parts, kettle and toasters. Adhesive or gaffer tape would seem to be the answer.

Posted on Aug 21, 2007

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