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TThe back of my Phillips photo frame is actually being pushed off by something in the frame. Looks very odd, looks like an air bag inside the frame is swelling to the point where it has pushed half of the Chrome back panel off of the frame. Can it burst? I have no idea what is in it. It's model 9ff2

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  • Bill Dec 30, 2012

    Mine is now doing the same thing but it still works normally. What happened to yours?

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I have the same issue with mine. It is the rechargeable battery that is expanding. It looks a pretty unsafe to me, so I've unplugged it. The issue appears to have been reported here:
http://www.saferproducts.gov/ViewIncident/1389002

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It seems that SD cards bigger than 2 GB are not supported by this photo frame... I have the same problem tsssss...

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