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Olympus D-535 Zoom camera

When turn the camera on it says that the card slot door is open on the lcd screen and it's not open. I have turned it on and off, taken out the batteries and reinserted and taken out the mini card and reinserted and nothing happens. i done them all in sequence and nothing happens. Please advise.

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Look in the card slot in the side or around the edges of the opening to see if you can find a switch or little button or anything that could be stuck or broken. This is the sensor that tells the camera when it's open or not.

Posted on Aug 19, 2007

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