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Canon EFS Lens question- please help!!

We bought a Canon Digital Rebel XTi in December, with a Canon EFS 18-55mm lens. Today when I tried to use the camera, it would not auto focus. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, as it cost quite a bit of money!!

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Turn to mf and use manual focus then change to af again and it should work again. It did for me

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Make sure that the switch on the lens is set to AF. If that doesn't work, you may have a faulty lens. The EFS 18-55 is not a high quality lens.

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