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I have a Radio Shack 63-1078 Digital Photo Viewer

I cannot get it to show pictures, I have a Kodak Digital Camera, the directions say you can take the SD card right from the camera to the viewer--no luck. I have also tried transferring pictures from the computer to an SD card--no luck that way either.

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