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Lisa Hotten Posted on Mar 16, 2007
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Review Picture Button

When I want to review the pictures I've taken, I'm unable to engage the on button to the right. I'm still able to engage the button to the left to take pictures. It seems stuck. Any suggestions? Do I need to send it in for repair? I don't wnat to be without my camera right now. I'm using it every week. Thanks for any help! Lisa

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Canon customer support for more advice - It will have to be repaired - when is down to you. If the camera is of any age the repair cost is likely to be quite high So are you thinking ---new camera?

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