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Blurred monitor Monitor is out of focus..Can you help me ?

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There's a Canon service advisory regarding possible malfunction of the CCD image sensor in your A75. Call their technical support line at 800-828-4040 (USA only) and a technician will determine if this could be your problem. If they suspect that your camera qualifies under the service advisory, they'll provide a prepaid UPS shipping label so you can send the camera in for evaluation / repair.

Posted on Jan 18, 2008

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