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Cracked door The door that holds the battery and memory card is cracked.

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  • badjof Nov 30, 2008

    I just had the same problem

  • cdriggers1 Mar 03, 2009

    The small pice of plastic that held the battery shut broke and now will not stay closed HELP

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If you want a replacement part, one source is here.

Posted on Aug 21, 2012

  • kakima Aug 21, 2012

    If you want a replacement part, one source is here.

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Open camera


Looking at the bottom of the camera, slide the oval latch in the center of the card/battery compartment door toward the back of the camera. Holding the latch there, slide the entire door toward the nearer end of the camera, and the door will swing open.
To remove the memory card, press down on the card and it will pop up a bit. Grasp it between your fingertips and pull it out the rest of the way. (It'll probably be easier if you let the batteries fall out first.)

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Try first removing battery and putting back.

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Won't turn turn on. A red and green light comes on, but nothing on the screen.


Step one: Reset the camera
  1. If you have an optional memory card installed, remove it.
    NOTE: Although removing an optional memory card is not necessary for performing the reset, it eliminates the memory card as a possible cause of the problem.
  2. Remove all batteries from the camera for at least five seconds.
  3. Reinsert the batteries and close the Battery/Memory card door.
  4. After verifying that the camera works without an optional memory card, reinsert the card if you removed one in Step 2.
Try to turn the camera on. If it now works properly, the camera experienced a temporary electrical problem and should now work properly.
  • If the issue is resolved , you do not need to continue with the rest of the instructions in this document.
  • If the is not resolved , continue with the next step.
Step two: Check for damage or corrosion on the batteries
  1. Open the Battery/Memory card door on the camera.
  2. Remove the batteries.
  3. If the batteries are damaged or show corrosion, replace the batteries.
  • If the issue is resolved , you do not need to continue with the rest of the instructions in this document.
  • If the is not resolved , continue with the next step.
Step three: Recharge the batteries
  1. Recharge the batteries or replace the batteries if they are damaged or will not charge.
  2. Try turning the camera on after the batteries are fully charged or have been replaced.
  • If the issue is resolved , you do not need to continue with the rest of the instructions in this document.
  • If the is not resolved , continue with the next step.
Step five: Ensure the batteries are installed correctly
  1. Re-insert the batteries correctly into the camera by referring to the image on the Battery/Memory card door for proper battery placement.
  2. Try turning the camera on.
  • If the issue is resolved , you do not need to continue with the rest of the instructions in this document.
  • If the is not resolved , continue with the next step.
Step six: Turn on the camera without the memory card
  1. Open the Battery/Memory card door on the camera.
  2. Remove the batteries and optional memory card from the camera.
  3. Wait 15 seconds.
  4. Re-insert the batteries into the camera, but not the memory card.
  5. Try turning the camera on.
    • If the issue is resolved , format the memory card in the camera and then you do not need to continue with the rest of the instructions in this document.
    • If the is not resolved , continue with the next step.
    WARNING: Formatting the memory card in the camera will erase any images stored on the memory card. To avoid losing the images on the memory card, first save the images to a computer or another disk.
Step seven: Service the camera If the camera still will not turn on, service the camera.

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I HAVE A MEMORY CARD IN CAMERA AND ITS EMPTY BUT WONT TAKE PHOTOS,SAYS MEMORY CARD FULL


Same problem with a VIvitar X029. Try taking out the battery, then "seating" the memory card further into its slot. Replace the battery and close the door. The card should not be able to move when closing the door. If it does, it is not puhed in far enough.

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Cracked touch screen i9 phone


The I9 has a defect. The outer screen, which is glued, does not allow for expansion. My screen cracked after only a week of light use. My phone was NEVER DROPPED, and developed a small crack near the edge. Within two hours, the crack expanded to the other side of the screen. The phone i have was manufactured in the same month I got it. Motorola has some issues with their warranty system, and it only works sporatically. This phone will most likely be recalled.

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Directions to change my memory cards in Compaq presario.


Turn the laptop off, unplug the battery, look carefully at all the bottom covers, one of them should have a memory icon on it, unscrew the screws that hold the cover on, pull the metal tabs holding the memory outwards, they'll pop right up, take the new memory cards and carefully install them the reverse way of taking them out.

The door should look something like this:

http://images.wfpcorp.com/Laptops/PSC/PSC-00040_01.jpg

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Have put in a memory card, But camera keeps displaying memory card full


Try reformatting the card. Use your camera to do it, not a computer.

Dec 14, 2008 | Cameras

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When camera turns on, i see white screen with crack


the crack that you see is an internal crack. this may solve your problem. turn camera off, take out battery and memory card then after 10 secs replace battery with a fully charged one. do not insert memory card. turn cam on and check if you still have the internal crack, if it is not resolved, send cam in for repair

Dec 04, 2008 | Cameras

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My vivitarN1659 will not reconize a1gb memory card and either states that the memory is full or that the memory is locked


There should be a tiny lever on the side of the memory card. Unlock the card by pushing the lever up. If it still says memory card is full, take out the battery and push the memory card further into the slot. It should not move while it is in the slot. If it "floats" when you close the battery door, it is not down far enough into the slot. Return the battery and close the door.

Oct 05, 2008 | Cameras

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Memory Card


Did you format the card in the camera?

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