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SD Card Jams Into Device, Doesn't Come Back Out

When i put an sd card into the slot, it clicks then its in, when i push it again, it doesnt click and doesnt come out. any solutions? (i took it apart but couldnt quite do anything because i couldnt fugure out how the power conector unplugs)

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Re: SD Card Jams Into Device, Doesn't Come Back Out

There is system that locks the card in the card slot,it might have jammed or broken.

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