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I have a problem "D: 5f08 5e02". with my camera

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    D: 5f08 5e02

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Someone else posted the fix for this and it worked for me!
Hold the camera with the lens facing straight up toward the sky. Turn on camera. I had to do it 4 or 5 times before my camera started working correctly. Amazingly simple solution that I'm so glad someone shared with us!

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I have the same exact problem ("D: 5f08 5e02" on my Olympus Stylus 710) but after 10 times trying Rain123's solution, I just gave up. Feels like the "solution" is a hoax. Ha ha ha!

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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