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REE I can't take pictures with my D80, there's an flashing rEE and a Blinking 513 within the digital display. How can I solve this problem? I'm not sure if the Memory Card holds it formatting? email: kth_tate@yahoo.com

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    did you rfix the problem?

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Keith7, That's probably  the f EE indication which is the lens aperture ring not locked at minimum aperture (that's the highest f/ number) try resetting that to the higher 5 something )check the lens) restart and see if that helps. randy320sgi

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