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Canon eos 300d (digital)

When turns on and try anything ... flashes "error 02"
and there is nothing yo can perform

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2007

    There must be more to this issue than meets the eye, and more than the given 'answer' allows for. I have tried SIX DIFFERENT CF-cards in my 300D, and FIVE of them give an error-2 message ! Fortunately, the sixth -an old, cheap, brandless 512 MB example- works fine and provides enough memory for 140 or so pictures at max res (less in RAW mode of course). I have consulted two dealers who weresimilarly baffled -and tried to sell me a SEVENTH card, which also did not work! And interestingly, ALL of my cards work fine in my Ixus. So I am afraid I have no solution, but would suggest that 'read the manual' is not always going to be sufficient answer...on my experience, I would suggest: try a decent assortiment of different cards before applying for what is likely to be an expensive repair: you might get lucky!




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Al you have to do is clean the lenses. I 've got the same problem
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Your manual is the first place to look for an error code. then the canon site.
guessing it is a defective on board battery (the smaller of the two) or your main battery is depleted.
try removing and reinstalling the main battery first. then check the on board battery.
you may have a lens partially mounted, or some contamination on either the battery terminals or lens terminals, or a door partially open.
also, you should take out the mem card and check it in a card reader.
none of this will likely be needed if you can find the error code data. it might be that the code is specific enough to indicate the root cause of the problem.
good luck
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In the manual on page 127:
Err 02
There is a problem with the CF card. Do one of the
following: Remove and reload the CF card, use another
CF card, or format the CF card.

found manual at:
http://dms.sjmc.umn.edu/Equipment_Guides/Digital_Camera_Guides/CanonRebel.pdf

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