Hi Stasha,I agree with large lcd on this model,as well as ease of operation. The most likely and most common defect on this model is a system board defect,and system board will most likely be in need of replacement.Since you have already replaced battery with new,repair will most likely be necessary,I do suspect this to be a cost effective repair on this model.The most economical repair route will be to contact mfg factory service for repair.Contact Canon factory service(Illinois) at(NNN) NNN-NNNNRepair estimate(flat rate labor and part availability) will be given.
If you have any other questions please ask....Best to you,Joe
I thought this was part of Canon and di contact them irectly and have already sent them the camera to repair. Also thought first month of answers was free?
Please cance my account
Dear Stasha ,
Thank you for initiating your repair request with Canon through our online repair system. This email contains the confirmation and shipping instructions for your online order.
You can expect the repair to take approximately 7 business days* from the time we receive your product.In the unlikely event that any additional damage is found during the repair process due to liquid/water, sand, corrosion, battery leakage or impact (such as dropping the unit), a revised estimate will be sent to you for your review and authorization.Feel free to return to our on-line tracking site to check the repair or shipping status of your equipment.*Actual times may vary. Seasonal volume or repairs requiring special parts may add more time.
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Hi Stasha,sorry for any confusion.Contact Just Answer home for resolution to your concern.
Best to you,Joe