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Trouble keeping the rubber video out/dc in door closed? What to do?

markscamera

Morristown, US
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markscamera Registered since 06th Aug 2006
Thu 09-Jul-09 10:39 PM

Anyone having trouble keeping the rubber door closed on the left side of the body? It's the door for the video out/dc in and other things that pops open each time I grab my camera. I'm careful not to touch the door but it pops opens anyway. I've put a piece of gaffer tape over it for now but I'm looking for a more permanent solution. Anyone use silicone or something similar to seal the door and keep it shut while at the same time being able to access it later if need be? I don't want to glue it shut but I looking for something more permanent that gaffers tape which eventually peels off. I don't know why it opens, I've never opened it or touched it to see what was behind the door. It seems to have a mind of its own.
Mark Stephan
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