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ERR05 in automatic mode on my Canon Rebel XTi. Have also tried manual mode, depressing the flash button but all I get is clicking, then the error message.

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    I was hoping there was some way I could resolve this on my own but I guess that's not the case! I do appreciate your recommending a vendor who will provide me with a free estimate. Just hope I don't have to be without my camera for too long, especially at the holidays!

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Err 05 means that Something obstructed the built-in flash pop-up operation. Turn off the main switch and turn it on again.
if it still doesn't function you may have a fault on the pop up system or its jammed, might need to be taken apart.
outside of warranty? www.advancecamera.com/repair gives a free estimate.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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