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Image stabilizer stopped working on Canon 70-300mm lens

The image stabilizer is not working on my Canon 70-300mm lens. I've put another image stabilized lens on my camera and it does work, so I don't think it is my camera. Any suggestions? Do I need to find a camera repair shop? If so, how do I find a reputable shop?

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Taken that you made sure that the IS switch was on, on the lens, yes you have to find a camera repair shop to get it fixed.
The best shops are authorized Canon repair shops. You can call Canon support, and they should be able to give you advice on what shop to send the lens to.
I hope this helped!
/Chris

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