Question about Canon PowerShot A510 Digital Camera
The lense protector on my Powershot A510 appears to be jammed. It can be forced open when the camera is turned on or forced closed when the camera is turned off but it does not operate on its own. Is there a way to take it apart or any suggestions as to how to repair it.
It depends on the age of the camera If it is new[ish] contact Canon Technical support team who may offer to inspect/repair for free. If it is older than this , just live with or contemplate the next camera. You taking it apart will probably not be a successful enterprise- and repair shops costs will end up well on the way to the price of a new improved high mega pixel camera.
Posted on Jun 14, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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