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I found bits of foreign material inside the lens assembly, and jammed in between the gear teeth. I have a Canon PowerShot A530 and I dropped it while I was taking a picture and it turned off. It extends fully. Thank you!!! :) May 5, 2008 at 7:48 PM Zahra said... have a peek at these guys

Cancel John Rausch Rep: 13 1 Posted: 12/04/2015 Options Permalink History I, not so gently, pushed the lens back in on your advice. tried pushing lightly on lens. EmailPosted August 3, 2014 10:28 amNick BI have been getting the lens error message on my Powershot S95. The important part was using very gentle and very even pressure.

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On Sale Now 9 Answers Filter by: Most Helpful Newest Oldest Chosen Solution markus weiher Rep: 32.8k 132 56 38 Posted: 07/21/2010 Options Permalink History we had this question in the Finally, I'm curious just how many people actually read this far down into this article. Thanks a bunch ^^ EmailPosted January 28, 2014 11:12 amstephen s.In my experience, the battery door/gate was faulty, I had to squeeze it to get my lens to function and the

March 21, 2008 at 10:02 AM Camera Repair said... Plastic cover pieces on top of the lens might cause the problem. Matias February 18, 2008 at 4:49 PM Camera Repair said... How To Restart Canon Camera Take a picture and view it on your computer using a card reader.

I have only had my canon for less than 2 months and paid almost $300! Canon G12 Lens Error January 8, 2008 at 3:00 AM Camera Repair said... HiI have Cannon Powershot.

Method #7 work for me...

Like you describe, this reset the pins and now the camera works perfectly again. --Tony January 6, 2008 at 6:16 PM Anonymous said... Camera Lens Won't Retract I can heard a "clack" from the interior and now my camera work again. I can give more details if anyone needs them but you do need to be able to unsolder a couple of wires and the battery terminals.In any case the lens assembly I have a Casio Exilim EX-z77 and I brought it with me to the beach this weekend.

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The lens failed to retract after taking a knock. Lift up the lever on the connector to free the ribbon cable. Canon Powershot Lens Error Will Shutdown Automatically Restart Camera February 25, 2008 at 2:57 AM Camera Repair said... Canon Powershot A4000 Lens Error First make sure the camera is working properly with the exception of the LCD.

Otherwise, I'll likely just give up on it. http://bsdupdates.com/lens-error/powershot-s2-is-error.php Posted June 20, 2016 6:10 amjoaquim lopesMy Canon G11 disconnects every now and then whithout notice and then the screen turns black with the indication E32. I used some of the instructions from your web site and it worked :) Thank you!!! After gently but firmly tapping the A/V out corner of the camera 4 or 5 times it works like a charm again.THANK YOU VERY MUCH! Canon G10 Lens Error Restart Camera

Worked a charm!! Thanks again, Vince. I too thought my camera was done for as it was dropped on a hard floor and landed on the lens barrel. http://bsdupdates.com/lens-error/powershot-a75-error-e18.php EmailPosted March 24, 2015 10:11 amDanI just went through the lens error problem with my Canon G12.

danp.,As the camera is relatively new, recommend contacting Canon and requesting warranty repair of the focus problem. Canon G16 Lens Error Thus it does not cover straightening the lens barrel if it is crooked, which the text does. I tried to push the lens towards the widest gap and heard a click.

For example, the following blog was started with the intention of advising people NOT to bang on their camera.

Anyone else out there have any success by applying a tiny bit of oil around the lens barrel? I have a Canon Powershot SD400 and the lens jammed one day. I put the link below my comment here where it says Website, that link should take you right to it if I did it right.My next question is with so many Canon G11 Lens Error Restart Camera The lens extenstion/zoom was catching on the loose caulk.

But hey, that's better than buying a whole new camera. EmailPosted July 13, 2015 6:28 pmTRGBI fixed it just us a small pen and make sure the cap is on and push the lens in the middle in about 4mm WebsiteEmailPosted The bottom part of it doesn't go all the way down when I turn the camera on, which I'm guessing is the problem, but I don't know how to fix it. news But there is some risk to your camera.

Or the camera's been dropped with the lens extended. The fact that your getting a picture, although blurry, is hopeful. Then turning the camera on. LOL it works now..OH the photos on my website have been taken by my Nikon F4 (35mm Film) Cammera.

I had to try a few times and turned it on and off a bunch of times to try to have the camera assist in the retraction. I have a Pentaz Optio E40 and the lens is every time stayed out. and ran some more compressed air though.