Question about Canon PowerShot A400 Digital Camera
These cameras invariably employ and metal worm against a nylon cog to move the lens barrel in and out. If dropped on the barrel while open, or the barrel is pressed, the nylon cog is ripped against the worm. There is no longer a smooth spiral for the cog to run on.
Not being funny but, its a fairly old camera with a low picture resolution, I would suggest its probably not worth repairing. Time for a new one.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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