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Photo card in backwards message but no card in machine

I keep getting the "Photo Card in Backwards" message. There is no card in the machine. Tried inserting a card and got a "only one card at a time may be used" message.
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I am not real familiar with these things, I am More familiar with large copiers and Printers.

But i will give it a shot anyway?

Here is my suggestion..
All of these machines have Senors in then, which can send a false signal.

Take the ink Cartridge out and get a lint free cloth and a big can of air.
Turn it on it side and spray it out with that can of air. Wipe any dust / dirt you might see. (be careful and gentle)
Espically clean any metal contacts that you might see as well.
and a flash light might help to see..

Good Luck

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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