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Screws two little screws from the frame got lost where can i get new screws or where can i see what kind of screw it needs?

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  • dah396 Nov 03, 2007

    I have the same problem, went to camara store that sells and repairs Canon. They would not do screws because they inserted one that was too long into someone's camera and fried some electronics requiring complete replacement...



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I did have the same problem. The Canon cie wanted to sent them to me with very high poststampscosts....I want to my optical shop and they had the srews....for FREE!!!!

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Yes, they are screws you're not going to find at the hardware store. Go to a camera store & they'll fix you right up. Yes, those screws do come loose. It really shouldn't cost much + its a good idea to keep your camera together.

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