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Error #e21 I've got a kodak easyshare v610, which is RUBBISH!!!, but apart from that at least I was really looking forward to make some simple photos on it, but after half a year of using it ERROR E21 appeared on the screen! It's switching off or freezing and showing photos in many different colours saying "error e21" constantly! I don't have any warranty on it. What should I do? Chuck it away? I've paid for it £350 + SD memory card £50, I know, now new one is worth no more than £120...

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Having had it for half a year - how come no warranty? If you acquired it through regular means and still have purchase documentation then back to the retailer it goes. The problems you mention are definite - firm ware errors and seller/manufacturer responsibility. Suggest you also contact Support on Kodak website to discuss the problem - you do no have to discuss source if that is an embarrassment.

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