Question about Quantaray 50mm f/2.8 AF Tech-10 for Canon EOS
Such symptom indicate a malfunction on the DC/DC voltage converter circuitry or the main board, caused for moisture as result of the water that got in.
In order to perform a correct diagnostics and repair of it, it is necessary to open such camera and perform it by a qualified camera repair technician.
If it's under warranty, I do recommend you to send it back to make valid the warranty.
If not, then you have the options of pay for its repair, or do it yourself if you are willing to open it and perform some basic diagnostics of the failure. You will need tools to do it, which includes the usage of a soldering iron.
The repair cost may be so huge that is cheaper to buy another camera, since after open it, it may be necessary to replace multiple expensive parts.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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