Question about Canon EOS Rebel G 35mm SLR Camera
I connected a hotshoe adapter to my Canon XTi, power on the camera was off - I plugged in the cable to the hotshoe and then to the power pack. turned camera power on, heard a connection noise?? and my shutter wouldn't depress and all the power & functions in my camera were not working. Now my camera is "Fried" - how could this have happeened
In case you have still the "fried" camera, it is more likely that an inetrnal fuse is blown up in any of the two internal printed board circuit parts.
You will need to send your camera to a qualified repair center for diagnostics and repair.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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