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When it says CHA on your LCD

I just turned off the camara after shooting some pictures and the next day i turned it on and tried to take a picture and it said CHA on the LCD

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First read:
http://www.vandyll.net/?p=499

Then read how, with pics: 
http://www.stephanmantler.com/wordpress/d70s-camera-repair/en/

Careful now....

Posted on Mar 11, 2010

  • Pyxi Mar 11, 2010

    First read:

    http://www.vandyll.net/?p=499

    Then read how, with pics: 
    http://www.stephanmantler.com/wordpress/...

    Careful now....


  • Pyxi Mar 11, 2010

    First read:

    http://www.vandyll.net/?p=499

    Then read how, with pics: 
    http://www.stephanmantler.com/wordpress/...

    Careful now....




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