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Canon ixus 65 lens error

I have accidentally dropped my canon ixus 65 and since the lens was opened, it got bent with the impact of fall. when i tried to switch on the camera it says lens error, restart the camera. also the lens would not go in coz its bent. I live in the UK but bought thi scamera frm dubai duty free when i was on holiday. I have tried contacting canon for repair but they are asking £.130 for the repair which i would not like to pay. Please help me whom to contact for repair here in England.

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I'm tempted to tell you to send the camera to me in Canada for repair. Just the difference in exchange will save you money. LOL I siggest you check the phone book in your area for a shop that is authorized by Canon. They will have the equipment and software to do a proper repair. By dealing directly with the shop you may be able to negotiate a better price.

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