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Is it possible for the slot for the sd memory card to burn out? I was using my camera and I smelled something burnt and my pictures would no longer save to the sd card. I have tried several cards and it appears to be a problem with the camera. Any suggestions on how to fix it.

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Its very uncommon but it can happen. Sounds like the slot is fried. Its more expensive to fix than to replace.

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See Acer Iconia Tablet PC Specifications here (or on similar specification pages):


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