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When turned on the camera beeps and flashes C:31:22 ?

What is error C:31:22

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I had a the same error mesage, resolved it aftr some research, just remove the battery & smack it down harder, on a soft surface though,keep samcking, try ejecting u mite have to repeat it a few time, it will resolved it, i resolved mine just today

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