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Won't down load

The small wire that goes to camera to down load pictures, is lose, poor conection. Can it be fixed at store, or require factory I down load pictures to my PC, so there are two cords. A large & very small. that go into the holes in camera. The small conection is loose won't conect, so can't down load pictures. Can it be fixed at store, or need to be sent to factory?

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  • 1solomon23va Nov 14, 2008

    Thanks, But I don't know about a memory card or USB memory card reader.

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Just use a memory card and a generic USB memory card reader. The cord system is a bad idea for any camera.

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