Question about Canon PowerShot SD200 / IXUS 30 Digital Camera
I was trying to resolve my E-18 problem with my SD200 using the method outlined here (http://www.fixya.com/support/t102982-e_18_problem) when I could no longer unscrew the tight small screws (I need a new screwdriver). I decided to go backwards and screw everything back the way it was until I get a new screwdriver. Unfortunately the power button no longer works, so I can't even get an E-18 error anymore. I am certain that I put everything back the way it was under the power button (although perhaps I didn't need to remove the button at all). There really doesn't seem to be anything to the whole mechanism at all in fact; it's not obvious how it was suppsoed to work. Can any of you help?
That sounds crazy!! This sounds like the camera needs to go back to the manufacturer for repair!
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
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