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Dropped photocard inside of port and cannot retrieve it. seems to have fallen into a lower port.

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Dismantle the cases of the printer to retrieve the card. I could tell you how to do it or or where to get a manual to show you how to do it... but you have not told us any info about your printer... so I can't help further.

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