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Memory card won't go in due to wires bent up

When i try to put the memory card into the slot by the battery, it only goes in partially then won't go in farther. When I checked, there were two wires inside the slot that were bent up slightly and would stop the card from entering. Anything I can do?

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The memory card is supposed to slide over top of those pins, they would need bent back down but I can not think of an easy way for you to do that yourself. If you have a service plan, now might be the time to use it.

Hope that helps...

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