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Will not power on.

The camera was dropped and no will not power on. What should I do? Can I fill out the Canon Warranty or should I take it somewhere to get repaired?

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  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2009

    i have the same problem but i dont thik it was dropped&the battery is fully chargerd. =/

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The most common fault on a piece of kit that has been dropped is that the solder lead will snap on the heaviest component. Usually the battery or a capacitor, resoldering will fix the problem. However disassembly is the difficult bit

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