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My camera is showing error cf, what I need to do

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Sounds like you have bent pins on your CF reader. Open the door, take out the card and look inside. Is there damage to the pins? If so you need to replace the CF reader.

If you can solder really really well you can replace it yourself, we have the part available in our store (Google: Darntoothysam) Im sure Canon will want $200+ for the repair, and we are not currently offering to do the repair for customers, sorry.

Good luck from Darntoothysam com

Thomas

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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