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Old 08-27-2014, 12:20 PM
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very good and thank you Carolina Girl
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Old 08-27-2014, 05:17 PM
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I had gotten the handheld Fiskars Pruning Shears at Home Depot, they stopped working. I had remembered reading something about a limited lifetime warranty. I contacted them, they requested that I email a picture and give the stamped number on the shears and they replaced them.
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Old 08-27-2014, 05:19 PM
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thanks for the info brenbren
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Wow that's pretty cool that they replaced them, Brenbren!
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Old 10-01-2014, 05:07 AM
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Just maybe your camera not the cards..........I have Canon t31 and Nikon D3000... Never had to replace cards yet??
Do you delete the photos with the computer instead of the camera itself>
I do not....

I take about 10,000 photos a year on one camera???????
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I actually did think it was my camera and took it in for repairs, even though it was practically brand new....but nothing was wrong.


I'm referring to the cheap plastic casing of the cards. I guess I just need to be more gentle because if the casing gets cracked or chipped in any way, my camera won't read it. The constant motion of taking the card in and out of the camera slot...can cause damage over time. At least for me it can, because I'm constantly taking pictures on a daily basis.


I use my computer to delete pictures off my cards...not my camera.

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Old 10-01-2014, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by The Hollyberry Lady View Post:
I actually did think it was my camera and took it in for repairs, even though it was practically brand new....but nothing was wrong.


I'm referring to the cheap plastic casing of the cards. I guess I just need to be more gentle because if the casing gets cracked or chipped in any way, my camera won't read it. The constant motion of taking the card in and out of the camera slot...can cause damage over time. At least for me it can, because I'm constantly taking pictures on a daily basis.


I use my computer to delete pictures off my cards...not my camera.
There's your answer .. DO not take the card out each time you load to computer.
Use the camera to do that an erase it with the camera not the computer.

It says that on my directions.........don't erase with computer// Maybe I am 100% wrong .but it works for me.. Daily photos pretty much.
Are you a professional photographer?
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