Question about Canon PowerShot G10 Digital Camera
When I try to power it appears on the screen the word "e32" and the camera automatically it powers off
Just bought a Canon SX210, I can take only a couple of shots before the Camera gives Camera error E32 and shuts down, this is a consistent. Any hints?
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
Since your camera is a Canon and you are experiencing an E32 error message, we'd refer you to this site: www.camerasandparts.com They just do the Canons, they aren't expensive at all and the work through them on the Powershots is superb! They'd be the place to help you on this one. Most of their service packages for the error codes are $89 with the parts / labor included , the servicing for the camera is covered, plus the shipping on the way back is covered. The best part with them is their work is excellent on the Canons. Hopefully that helps to get you going with it. Good luck
Posted on Aug 22, 2012
I'm posting this even though I have a Canon SD1400 IS because this error seems to be a pretty common error among different Canon models so...
If your camera lens is working fine (expanding and contracting unobstructed) and your camera sometimes seem to work and sometimes fail, then I'm sorry to say that your camera is about to bite the dust.
At least in my case I found that it's a bad hardware design on the SD1400 IS camera.
I have posted a lengthy post over at G+ with pictures of my findings.
I basically discovered that the E32 error can be caused by a bad design where a data cable (or otherwise known as flex cable) inside the Optics Module has or is about to permanently fail due to a fold caused by pressure and the normal lens operation (popping in and out) makes this fold to break, thus causing intermittent problems at first and permanent damage eventually.
If you want to see some pictures check this link: https://plus.google.com/u/0/?tab=XX#102193860939068988436/posts/U74ahn9hgLs
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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