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Trail sentry my camera stop won't take my security code anymore?? i tried both my security code i installed and the orginal default codes. seems like when i go to use video, it locks up?? is there a way i can reset the code to access my camera again?

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This can be reset by contacting bushnell at 800-423-3537 option 2.

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