Question about Canon PowerShot SD600 Digital Camera
I read this is os likely blown fuse. Could you walk me through the process of replacing the fuse? I am relatively good with electronics, but don't have a service manual or parts list. Thanks John
With the back off ,right under the on/off button you will see a black surface mount fuse labeled 2.3 take a fine wire and jump the two side legs out and it will light up. A safer way is to ohm out the thing for continuity. You always take a chance of taking out something downstream that the fuse was originally protecting. You can get an olympus 2.0 surface mount fuse if you google it. I have in the past just piggybacked parts that lost continuity,providing you have enough extra room. Helps from destroying by dissassembling.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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