Question about Canon PowerShot A540 Digital Camera
Unless you're competent at digital camera repair and can do repairs with parts that come with no instruction or technical support, then it is probably better that you send your camera in for repair at Canon's Factory Service Center (FSC).
I know that repairs for these camera can run high in relation to the cost of the camera, but the FSC usually has repair costs that are substantially lower that other Authorized Repair Centers.
In addition you may qualify to take advantage of Canon's Customer Loyalty Program wherein you can get a higher level refurbished camera for a similar price as the repair would cost.
And since these camera's come with a 6 month replacement warranty, if your camera is currently out-of -warranty, it is often a good deal as you will end up with at least 6 more months of coverage - Plus an upgraded camera model :-)
So give them a call at 1-800-828-4040 and see what your options are. And also keep in mind when comparing choices that Canon now has 3 or 4 new camera models available for under $150!
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
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