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Card lock release

How do i release the card lock mode on my hp photosmart camera.

I have lost my operating manual.

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I have a hp 733 photosmart and to release my card lock I just use my thumbnail to slide the door open a the depress the card slightly and the card is released enough to remove the SD card. Hope this helps you.

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