Question about Canon Cameras
At this point, you have two choices. You can send it in for service and you could try to straighten them yourself. If the bend is not severe, you could try coaxing them back into position with some kind of probe such as a dental pick or something similar. If you mess up, you still have the option of sending it for service. However, explain your problem in an e-mail to the service dept. and get an estimate first...you may decide it's not worth it.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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