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I have a cannon power shot A580, about one month old and it keeps asking for the date and time everytime i switch it on, even though i have replaced the date battery and the camera batteries, and set the date and time in the menu time and time again!!! HELP

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If you've replaced the date battery, then the camera is defective. Being only a month old, first recommend seeing if your retailer will exchange it. If not, Canon will fix for free under warranty. Call 1-800-OK-CANON.

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