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When I put the memory card in, I get nothing. The pins are bent, and one is missing, I assume it is broken. Can it been fixed

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The pop-up flash has two legs. Look at the pivot point of the right leg (”right” when looking into the lens). Just in front of the pivot is a very small spring-load pin on the “roof” of the camera body.
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