Yes, Canon repaired mine free of charge and paid the postage, too. But to
begin with, they sent me the same statement...I couldn't remember dropping
mine or anything...and they didn't find any other signs of damage, so they
repaired it and returned it in a short amount of time.
One thing I do remember reading in the information was that the problems
could possibly be caused by exposure to high temperatures. I always carry
my camera in my purse...and a couple of times, I did leave my purse in the
car. But the camera works fine and I'm pleased with it. Also...I do NOT
leave it in the car anymore!
I previously used a Canon AE-1 film camera that I purchased about 28 or 29
years ago. I did have a problem one time and it cost about $60 for a local
camera tech to check it out and repair it. It still works when I need it.
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] Canon digital camera PROBLEM???
> Carolyn, I was just wondering if Canon ended up repairing your camera
> "free of charge". Right after I gave glowing reports on my Canon Powershot
> A620 it died on me. Wouldn't power up for anything. Since it was less than
> a year old, Canon had me send it in to be repaired "free of charge". Seems
> that if there is any sign of wear - any chance that it got "bumped" or had
> any signs of impact what-so-ever, that that voids the warrenty, even if it
> works for 6 months after the "bump". They charged me $91 to repair the
> camera, and then when I tried to pay online & their site wouldn't work I
> was told to "upgrade my browser", even though the lady on the phone told
> me they had had server problems all week. I am SO frustrated by Canon
> passing the blame - if the camera hadn't been so new and it wasn't so
> expensive to replace it I never would have paid them a dime to fix the
> camera. Has anyone else had troubles with them? I told them I wouldn't
> purchase any Canon products for our district ever again.
>> Someone wrote me, directing me to Canon's web site regarding this
>> malfunction problem in the image sensor in the camera and Canon is aware
>> of the problem.
>> Canon will repair the camera free of charge, including postage.
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