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When attempting to put the memory card in the camera, it will no longer "click and hold down"....

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  • cratag1805 Jan 07, 2011

    Your solution was already one that I was aware of, but just to make sure I attempted to put the card in both ways and neither way would allow it to click and stay held down. There is only one way to put the card in that will allow it to go all the way in and down. I still need your help!



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I believe you are trying to insert the memory card in wrong way. make sure you follow the manual to insert the memory card with the right side

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

  • venugopal durairajan Jan 08, 2011

    thanks for the reply!!!. there is a small plastic hook which holds the memory card, when its inserted. if thats broken or stuck in the middle, you will be getting this problem. try to use a needle and just make sure that the plastic is working properly. please be a bit careful that you do not damage the camera's internal parts. if you still have problems, please reply to this post!!!!

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