Question about Canon PowerShot SD500 / IXUS 700 Digital Camera
I dropped my first digital camera a Canon A75 on my toe. I love this camera it is a great little camera. After I dropped my wonderful camera the lens would not close all the way. I tried to take it apart but was not able to get all the way to the lens. I have been shocked a couple of times but I know that if someone could tell how to get it apart I could if you will have mercy then I have purchased a new A630 that is also great but I miss my first love so if you can help ...Thank you!. I love this camera.
As you've dropped the camera, it's likely that the guide pins became dislodged. Believe it or not, this can be repaired without opening the camera. The following blog post outlines some repair options for a lens error like you're experiencing. They won't work for all cases, but they're worth a try. For your case, follow the listed steps in sequence, but give repeated tries to Fixes 4 and 7:
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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