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When I try to take a picture, the camera focues, makes a clicking noise, then stops. It will not take the picture.

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From the Canon Help Email - this worked for me: If you are using an EF series Canon lens, please remove the lens and clean the lens contacts with a pencil eraser. We also suggest that you remove the film and battery for 15 minutes; ensure that the battery has a full charge and reinstall. If the issue persists, we suggest testing the camera with a different EF series Canon lens. Should this persist with a different lens, then the camera body itself will need to be examined.

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