DPReview forum member, sinistral, owns an early Fujifilm X-T1, that like mine, and the cameras of many other early adopters, suffers a bowed interface door. Fujifilm charged sinistral 120$ USD plus parts and shipping, to fix it.
The deformed interface door isn't a user-instigated default. It is a manufacturing/repair defect, and either appears a few months after use, or after official maintenance. It renders the camera bare to the elements, and to dust and other debris. Worse, it is of a part not worth 120$ plus shipping and parts.
This is further evidence that mirrorless camera makers still misunderstand the needs of their customers. It is evidence that their cameras are made to lower quality spec. The flange around the interface door isn't even 2mm deep, and the door itself fits over, not into, a small crevice. It is a poor design that should never have made it to production.
The entire thread can be read here.