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Fuji S9600 Memory Card Holder Broken

Hi,

A few weeks ago, I was taking some photos in a park. The CF card became full, so I went to put in a new one. As I put the card in , I felt some grating to the sides of the slot/holder. I was just using normal strength, not forcing it. I may have put the card in wrong way round. When I took the card back out to put it back in , the card does not go completely in.

I returned the whole camera back to Fuji in the UK and have now been asked to pay £99.99 ! I've only had the camera for about 4 or 5 months.

Does my guaranteee not cover such an occurence ?

Thanks.

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Sadly a warrenty will not cover accidentally putting the card in the wrong way, as it is tecnically your fault, but you can use the slot for xd cards, if you do not want to pay for a new cf slot

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