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Can't get the media card to fit flush in slot

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Are you sure you have the right media card - and that you are inserting it the right way? Check the manual for the card type. Check that the card isn't damaged in any way, bent, etc. When the media card goes in it should go almost to flush with the top, but not quite. Does it work? If it does then no problem.

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