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Dropped it to the floor, new CANON SD 750

Dropped the camera from the table to the floor. The new camera is not working from then. Please help me

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You seemed to have broken a vital part. Nothing for us or you to do. A repair- I feel will be very expensive Checkout Canon support- but I fear you will not like the response.

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