Question about Cameras
It can be very difficult to see if the pins are bent, and harder to see if any have broken off. Do not probe with anything that can bend the pins. I suggest you create a small tool from a strip of paper and a toothpick. Pass the strip of paper over the pins while watching with a strong light. See if you can count each pin this way. A broken or missing pin will require repair by a Canon authorized facility. Your work will save you a diagnostic fee.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are referring to the camera the job is up to a repair facility if it's an optional card reader used to transport data to a computer then buy a new reader.
Going back to the camera "normally" a fix like this "depending where in the world you are" will run about $120.00 CDN including the shipping
Posted on May 03, 2011
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