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Can't toggle between auto, manual, video modes

I cannot seem to toggle between auto, manual, and video modes on my SD410. The little switch doesn't seem to be working. Any solutions? I *am* willing to take this thing apart!

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  • gnarlene Jul 14, 2008

    Forgot to mention that it's STUCK on auto mode

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The switch is an assembly that can be replaced, the question is can you get the part? make a cam off ebay with a busted screen. chances are the board is OK

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