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Canon EOS DS6041 "Err 02"

I cannot find my manual so searching the web i have found the related issues to be the memory card and the rechargable battery. I have exchanged both with fully charged battery and brand new 4G memory card. I start it up and within one second i get err 02 and I cannot use the menu or anything.

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This happens when image data cannot be written/extracted on CF card. Try a card that you know is ok ( works on other cameras ). If problem persists one or more pins in the CF card chamber may be bent or even broken off. Try to straighten but be careful not to damage undamaged pins... but may have to go to an expert for repairs.

Posted on Sep 13, 2007

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In the manual on page 127:
Err 02
There is a problem with the CF card. Do one of the
following: Remove and reload the CF card, use another
CF card, or format the CF card.

found manual at:
http://dms.sjmc.umn.edu/Equipment_Guides/Digital_Camera_Guides/CanonRebel.pdf

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