No sim?

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  • John Lockburner

    It does sometimes happen. Any chance a little moisture got in the camera? Is the rubber washer in place between the antenna and camera?

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  • Rob Donohoe

    I suppose it had to have. But antenna o-ring and case gasket are intact. I just dont wanna have to keep going in the woods for camera maintenance as the season approaches.

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  • John Lockburner

    You shouldn't have to. As long as it's dry and good now you should be fine. Maybe next time you go to the camera take a pencil with you and use the eraser to clean the Sim contacts. Can't hurt to do some preventative maintenance.

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  • captaineer

    This same thing just happened to me the last couple weeks o. A cam that had worked flawless for close to a year. Contacted spartan sent me new sim set it up works good for couple days and same thing i’m assuming cause it stopped sending pics again. Need to go check it out.

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  • Rob Donohoe

    So far so good on mine. 🤞I swapped it to up in the woods a little where its not in the fog every night seemed to help. Not as much condensation i suppose.

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  • captaineer

    I’m glad everything is working but if i got to worry about a little fog i may need to just give up

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  • Elizabeth Swoope

    I am currently running 30 Spartan cell cams, most with SIM cards. I replaced a SIM in an ATTxb this weekend but it’s been months since I replaced one before that. This is in SW MS, with lots of heat and high humidity. SIMs do go bad, I’ve replaced several over the years, but it shouldn’t be something you do several times with the same camera.

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