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How to remove a memory card from digital photo frame

Inserted a memory card into the Linx digital photo frame but cant figure out how to eject or remove it?

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Most Linx frames just require you to pull out the card. Grab it with your fingernails and pull. Make sure the unit is OFF before you do that.

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