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The LCD pixels fail to display properly.

If the Moultrie I45 LCD will only display when the power adapter is plugged in, the battery is likely at fault. Check to make sure you have a fresh set of four (4) D size batteries with polarities set as Battery Tray illustrates. Re-install and lock in Battery Tray. For additions help go here.

To activate a pixel with poor connectivity, apply a small amount of pressure to the pixel while turning the display ON.

If previous steps fail to correct issue you will need to replace the LCD screen. Help for replacement can be found here.

The camera flash does not function when a picture is taken.

Ensure the flash setting is set to ON. Start by selecting the MODE button until you reach the setting entitled SETUP DATE/TIME. Next press UP/DOWN until you reach the screen labeled FLASH and select ENTER. Press UP/DOWN again to switch between FLASH ON and FLASH OFF and press ENTER to select FLASH ON.

Pictures are not saving on my memory card.

Check the memory card slot to ensure that there is a memory card installed. The memory card slot is located at the bottom left corner of the display under a rubber flap.

Follow the User Manual's guidelines for memory card compatibility. Manufacture guidelines indicate the memory card have capacity no greater than 16 GB. If this fails to correct the problem try replacing your memory card with a new one.

Memory cards begin acting sluggish after repetative use. To resolve this issue reformat the memory card. Begin by placing the card into your computer. Under MY COMPUTER right click the memory card icon. Select FORMAT then select START. The time it takes to complete the reformatting process depends on the size of the memory card.

The camera takes continuous or repetitive photos.

The camera can be configured to take up to three (3) continuous pictures. To modify this setting, select the MODE button until you reach the setting entitled SETUP DATE/TIME. Next press UP/DOWN until you reach the screen labeled MULTI SHOT COUNT and select ENTER. Press UP/DOWN to switch between 1-SHOT, 2-SHOT, AND 3-SHOT and press ENTER again to select the desired setting.

The buttons on your display won't respond.

If the keys do not respond, try resetting the Moultrie I45 by using a paperclip to select the RESET button located on the display. This will reset the camera to all default settings.

When buttons fail to compress, there is likely an obstruction directly below the button. Begin by removing the screws holding the unit together; Eight (8) screws located on the back and six (6) screws lining the top display. Remove twelve (12) additional screws attaching the circuit board to the reverse side of the LCD display. Remove obstructions that hinder button functions and ensure points of contacts are clean. For additional help go here.

keep getting a * on my desplay screen on my I45s moultrie any ideas on what that is?

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We get the same thing????

smurphy002003 -

I get that same symbol, what does it mean

gbrunner - 返信

i have two 145s cameras that take photos every hour on the hour with nothing seeming to trigger them. what is going on with them?

Jim Granlund - 返信

i have two moultrie 145s cameras that take a photo every hour. what is going on?

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