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Will not read falshcards

Hi - Just recently I turned my D70 on and the message on the LCD (I can't remember exactly what is said now) basically was an error message tellin g me that it cannot read any of the flash cards.

Please advise and I appreciate your help.

- Scott

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Posted on Feb 15, 2009

You have whats known as the GBLOD " Green Blinking light of DEATH! BUT its curable, and usually FREE by NIKON. You must contact your nearest NIKON WARRANTY REPAIR, ( This is a reapir that is never out of warranty time ) advise them of your model number, be ready to give the serial number of your camera and in most cases they will advise when and where to repair it, usually free. It was a NIKON Manufacturing defect in a series of earlier production cameras. It seems that the card slot poins where compressed and not soldered onto the pins in the camera.. NIKON usually gives you a repair number and instructions as to where to send the camera. I had that problem and it was fixed in 3 weeks and cost me NOTHING... they even paid for the shipping back and forth.. Good luck, my email is va7hv@telus.net let me know how you made out.
Hank in Regina Canada

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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