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HP Photosmart 507 with defect cardreader

The cardreader has a crumpled (metallic) part. How to get to it to try to fix it? Where can I find a manual (or video, or whatever) telling me how to disassemble the camera? I can see it but it is impossible to get to it.

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  • evelin van hien Aug 05, 2007

    Yes, but then you are stuck with only 200 low-res pics instead of more with a high resolution and also you have to upload the pics from the camera to the PC instead of through a cardreader...

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If the camera is still functioning- let it be. Generally there are no parts or manuals for self repair.

Posted on Aug 05, 2007

  • john ash
    john ash Aug 05, 2007

    You did not describe the function of the damaged part.

    Be that as it may there are sill no parts or manual that you seek
    Check out HP customer support to see for your self.

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