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Which is why do-it-yourselfers curse manufacturers, because they really do not care.
You may have to take the door all back apart and find the plates inside the door, and affix the plates to the place where they go so you can later put the screws into them.
You may use cement ( like super glue) or gorilla glue or gorilla tape or whatever to hold the plates in place or even all of them at once to get this fixed.
I have had to.
God bless your efforts.
I would recommend a good adhesive such as 3m Weatherstrip Cement or Contact Cement to glue the gasket in place. Use a small amount of cement, in case you want to replace the seal in later times.
By glueing the gasket in place with cement it will not come loose during use.
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You can basically choose any of the watch glues from that website. The one I would recommend is either the "Super Glue New Glue" or the "GS Crystal Hypno Cement Watch Crystal Glue", they're both under $5 and they get the job done very well, especially when you're trying to glue a new watch lens to the plastic camera body of the flip. Links
I just put a bit of Lepage's Rubber glue in the hole in the cap and just push it back on. Not permanent and holds well. Cheap, too. Contact cement is too permanent. White glue makes a mess. If the stub that the key top sits on is broken, you will need a whole keyboard.
i would do a tack together job on it,,
get some thick fuse wire and tiy it round inside the grill holes on the out side edge tiy each one together at about every inch apart around the grill that will hold the two grill's tight, then if you still have the broken plastic bits glue them back on using supper glue its cheeper that trying to get part that you may never find?
If you can get at the headliner, usually a piece of trim or screws, peel back a small section at the edge and see what it is fastened to. Its probably a piece of cardboard or something similar. If so just pick up a spray can of contact cement or some rubber cement and glue the sagging piece back in place. Don't get too carried away with the glue or it will look "hard" when it dries. Hope this helps.