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Canon Powershot SD630

My camera was dropped this weekend. The metal around the lense has been dented in one spot. The lense will not go in all the way when turned off. The picture on the screen is blurred. Is the camera able to be fixed or will it be too expensive?

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Hi

We have exactly what you need listed in our store as a repair package or we can sell you the parts and you can repair it yourself.

We are a digital camera repair business, Google Darntoothysam and you will find us. If you search 'sd600' in the store you will see the repair listing for the problem you have, and I can add a listing for just the parts as well. The repair is only $35 plus about $7 return shipping. This includes any parts you need, the labor and a 45 day guarantee.

If we can help please let us know. Good luck from Darntoothysam com

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Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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