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Lost the slide/flap that holds the battery and memory card in

I dropped my camera and the slide that holds the battery and memory card in broke off and long story short i lost it anyone know where i could get the part and not pay over E100 for it??

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Re: lost the slide/flap that holds the battery and memory...

I have a used one from a camera I serviced. Google my username... ;)

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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My camera is from Digital Concepts. I lost the botom cpver of it because it broke off.i pit in batteries and decided to put tape of it so they wont come out. I try to turn it

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Find the little switch and press it. Then try to switch on.

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Looking at the bottom of the camera, slide the oval latch in the center of the card/battery compartment door toward the back of the camera. Holding the latch there, slide the entire door toward the nearer end of the camera, and the door will swing open.
To remove the memory card, press down on the card and it will pop up a bit. Grasp it between your fingertips and pull it out the rest of the way. (It'll probably be easier if you let the batteries fall out first.)

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The SD memory card should be located where the rechargeable battery is, remove battery cover, should be a small tab holding the memory card in place, move it so the card pops up, remove it and look along the one edge for a switch, slide it towards the contacts to unlock the card. The switch that is furthest from the contacts is in the locked position. Now if you find the card is in the unlock position, slide it back and forth to reset, failing that replace the memory card. Sometimes the slider switch becomes defective locking out the card.

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If the memory card says card has wrong format and unabe to format is the camera broke?

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My camera was dropped, and now the flap that covers the battery and memory card will not close, because the little part that kept it closed is what broke off. Is it possible to get this fixed, and does...

Roughly about $60 and yes it can be repaired use the phone and ring around the camera shops That way you dont have to commit and can select the cheapest option

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My sister dropped my camera a while go and it now says "protected card" do i fix this???

I am surprised that nothing else has malfunctioned since dropping your S700. Remove the SD or XD memory card from the camera and make sure that the little slide switch on the memory card is in the "unlocked" position. Replace the card back into the camera (make sure that the switch doesn't slide back into the "locked" position again). Some memory cards, especially off-brand ones have very loose lock/unlock slide switches. I had to jam one into unlock mode by shoving a tiny piece of plastic into the slide slot. If that doesn't solve the problem, try using a different memory card and see if the results are the same. If this advice has solved your problem, please rate my answer accordingly. Good luck.

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There is a sensor that tells the camera if the memory card flap is open. Perhaps the sensor is stuck, the flap is open, or the memory card is improperly inserted. The lens does need be on for the camera, and locked into place, so ditto for the lens and its' sensor.

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I have a Fuji FinePix S5000 and the battery door catches (on the body of the camera) have broken off. Replace complete body assy??? I am sure mine is not the only one. any help appreciated.

I had this problem also (see below).

After getting poor results with the duct tape solution, I discovered another work-around. This should work whether it is chipped lugs on the door or on the body.

Firstly I used an old camera flash bracket that screws into the tripod socket, and this holds the battery door in place quite securely. However it was too long, so I cut and filed a piece of aluminium 25mm (1") wide by 2.5mm thick to the right length (around 100mm/4") and shape, and made a hole for the bracket screw.

End result is not exactly like new, but more functional than the duct tape and does not further damage the actual camera:

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Make sure your camera is off.....Open flap to memory card.....On the side of your card you will see a little TAB that you can slide up and down....Your card is in the LOCKED POSITION which means you can't accidentally erase pictures stored on the card.....Simply slde the tab to the opposite position where it is now and you will have an unlocked card.....

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I have put the battery the wrong way round in my canon ixus 75 & now i cannot remove the slide cover to the battery & memory card. regards richard

On the slide cover is a rubber flap which can be removed to reveal a hole showing the bottom of the battery,if you press a ballpoint pen directly onto the battery base this lessens the pressure just enough to release the slide lock mechanism.Hey Presto your'e back into the camera.
Regards Richard

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