If you could get your hands on another one of those connectors then sure. It should be just soldered on the back side. 10 min fix. Other then that you would have to get creative in making a new pin for it.
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if you have an electronic shop close by you may want to pop in and ask if they could identify the connector and possibly give info for a source.
to find that particular part may be tricky. you may want to contact the manufacture of that unit and ask if they could source the part for you.
it is just a edge card connector (28 position) but the size doesn't look common.
digikey has a ton of connectors and maybe an email to them with the pic may help.
if i stumble upon womething suitable online i will put up a link.
i will say that soldering on that ribbon cable is tricky and will require some skill to not melt it so be careful.
good luck in your search.
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