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SD Card will not go down all the way

My SD Card will not lock into place in the camera.

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Hello Donna, You may have a damaged contact inside the camera, it will have to be looked at by a tech.
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    Locate the door on the bottom of the camera. The door is labeled "CARD/BATT. OPEN."

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