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Playback I am unable to view or playback the photos taken on my camara. Is it the switch ?

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As long as the display functions normally otherwise, then yes, the switch may be at fault. That unit has those goofy tri-head screws I can tell you where to get the driver if you are interested

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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