Question about Canon Cameras
Posted by Anonymous on
When this happens, Canonusa.com is the place to go to try to arrange service for the camera. Clicking sounds indicate to me that the gear for the lens is in need of replacement.
You'll have to decided if it's economically feasible to repair the camera, as technology is always getting better and better as prices fall.
Call 1-800-OK CANON or log on to the following website:
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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