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I-40 camera will not go to picture mode and start taking pictures

The camera was working fine until the bateries went to 55% and now after changing batteries the Moultrie I-40 will not go from the setup mode to the Auto mode and take pictures.

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Have you done the time/date setup? Online manual says it goes auto after 4 minutes, but perhaps the date/time need to be setup first? Online manual here in case you lost your book :)

http://images.ebsco.com/pob/moultrie/catalog/dgs-i40-user-manual-compressed.pdf

be patient, it takes a bit to load

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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