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SD Card stuck in Canon digital camera

I have an almost brand new canon digital camera, put in the second SD card and it won't come out. I "popped" it and it comes out a little, but its stuck - won't come out all of the way. Didn't want to pull it out. Any suggestions? Bought it at Best Buy who said they would take a look at it and am heading out that way and I called the manufacturer who said, send it in, but never heard of such a thing.

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Re: SD Card stuck in Canon digital camera

I headed over to Best Buy (where we purchased the camera) and they pulled it out. . . though they said it could damage the card - it didn't. The problem: the SD card was one that split in the middle so you could plug it directly into the usb in your computer and it was crooked. Don't use those SD cards. Good luck!

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