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My Nikon D7500 flash card slot has pins bent. How do I replace it?

A damaged SD card was forced into my camera by inexperienced user (my gf) pins were bent as a result of removal

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@cvprisun I would try and straighten the pins out first. Remove the cameras cover pretty much the same way as shown on here Once you have enough room for a small light, get yourself something like a micro alligator forceps and try to bend the pins back into shape. It'll take some gentle manipulation and plenty of dexterity to get it done. If you find you can't get to it or if the pins don't bend or break, then the only way to fix it will be by replacing the SD card reader. Replacement readers are still available at many online stores and it will require some soldering, but it isn't brain surgery. Try something like this first.

While you work on your camera, take lots of pictures. Once you are done with it, take those pictures and create a guide for iFixit. That will help the next person that has a device with the same issues as you do. It's easy and fun to create these guides. https://ifixit.com/Guide/new The iFixit community will appreciate this.

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If your camera is still under warranty, I would recommend sending it in. Even outside of the warranty, Nikon does do service on their cameras. They also would do a cleaning and basic servicing of it at the same time.

If the D7500 is put together like the D500, you would need to remove the shell around the card slot, then the back panel to access the main board. Not sure exactly what is needed to remove the board from the camera, as I have not had to do that far.

Then it's desoldering the socket from the mainboard (likely a ball-grid array of soldering pads), and replace the socket.

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