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Error Message The problem with the camera is it is saying "card cover open" even though it is clearly closed. This is in all modes of operation ie, can't take or download pictures. Can you provide us with a solution?

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There is usually a small tongue on the card cover that engages either a switch or some other device to detect if the cover is open.
Check that it is not broken or that the sensor is not damaged etc.
Hope this helps...

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