Can not turn on the camera/charge the camera. Cannon Australia have replaced the fuse. It then worked for a while, however the problem has returned. The fuse is a VD7-2241-001. How and where is this replaced? Thank you
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Lens errors are usually caused when there is something interfering with the extension mechanism , or your camera been dropped with the lens extended, or your batteries ran down . try the ff. procedures hope this helps
If you have another battery definitely give it a try, most likely it won't work either. The problem is probably the fuse located on the DC/DC board that has 'blown' causing there to be no power. Replace the board and the camera should work fine. Canon will probably charge $175 or so for the repair.
Unfortunatly a multi-meter is needed to test the cable, although many appliances around the home have a similar plug on the end that will work as a test.
If the power cable does not fix it then a fuse inside the printer has blown. its a $2 part that a technician charges $100 to install !!!. If a power cable does not work then unfortunately buy another printer.
I think you have a faulty fuse (there are three in total) inside the camera. The fuse might have blown because of bent pin for the memory cards or a faulty cf card. In wich case, you have to repair it yourself, there are pages on the web that describe what you have to do (search for fuse and 350d), or send it to a canon service center ( they will change the complete motherboard because the fuses are soldered to the mainboard and they won't change them)
send it to us most likey it is a blown fuse. we can repair for 85.00 worst case 125.00 depending on the issue. but 125.00 is the very worst case normally it is only 85.00 send it in for a free diagnosis.
if you are not a tech have one check your tv,the voltage regulator is shorted and needs to be replace.this component can be found in the power supply.i do not have the part number and location as i have no schematic for this set.
This is generally caused by a blown fuse. These powershot models have an excellent power protection system and will blow a fuse before damaging any critical parts in the camera. At some point the camera experienced a power surge (static electricity, short, etc) and the fuse blew. Chances are good that the camera is still just fine, but will require a fuse replacement. The charge for this at my shop is $89 plus the fuse which is a few dollars. It can be replaced by someone technically inclined who has a pair of tweezers, the proper fuse, and a soldering iron.