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My stealthcam PX12FX comes up al 8's. Has new batteries and new 4gb sd card

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Can notify stealth cam 877-­-269-­-8490 ..- this is manual their are no codes or troubleshooting https://www.manualslib.com/manual/837169/Stealth-Cam-Stc-P12.html?page=12#

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