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Memory card won't stay in

When I push the memory card into the camera, it "clicks" but won't stay seated. It always pops out. It is still functional, but a pain. Thanks - Dave

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  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2008

    I have had the same problem with memory card popping out regularly since I got this camera. Now it won't stay in at all. I'm so mad that I didn't send it back right away and try to get a refund when it was new. I thought it was just an annoyance that I could handle by clicking it back in when it pops out..... no more.

  • davidpaolazz Dec 28, 2008

    I have the same problem. It used to stay in, but now it pops out all the time. Help.

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Dear dave how did you insert the memory ? it will only work in one way , the other way the memory card may be seated but infact it is not fully seated and won't want to goe further , Take out the memory card turn it around so that the label side is facing the other way and try to see if ti will fit in that way you wont have to push it hard just once light and than it will have to be in place

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