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I have Cannon EOS Rebel xsi. The camera does not take picture when press the shutter in all modes. There is no error message. Have change the memory card, recharge the battery and none work.

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Hello Sure !

The probleme :
The Shuteer Has A cable Connected to Recorder
Maybe The cable Has Cutted when you Shut ,or Maybe Cutted When You Charged The Battery cause When your put your camera on the charge , the cable goes be hot and it should be cutted .

Solving The Probleme :
1) I advise You To Change The Cable
2) Push The Reset Button
3) Charge It Again

It works 100%

Fix-shad0w

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