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Canon sd630 dead

I have a canon sd630 that appears to be totally dead. I charged the battery. The camera does not show any signs of life at all. The lens cover remains partially open with the lens fully retracted into the body.

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  • Anonymous Nov 14, 2008

    mine too!  i dont know what went wrong.

  • mslim186 Nov 17, 2008

    i have the same problem and they are going to charge me that 150 and i dont want to pay if is something simple



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Lens is defective, change the lens

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