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The up and down keys on my camera are working perfectly fine but when I hit funcions/settings to change my ISO speed, the up and down arrows suddenly don't and I can't. The left and right keys are working fine.

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Try the following (taken from Canon's manual website here):
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Posted on May 22, 2011

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