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I had the same issueissue with my 1100D. I tried all the solutions mentioned in variusvarious forums. One of which was the manual cleaning of the sensor. And that is when I noticed that the shutter curtain was stuck and did not expose the sensor at all. The only options I had were to take my camera to dor repair, where I would have been made to pay whatever amount. Or try the repair myself. I opted for latter. I searched for youtube videos on how to disassemble the camera and operate the shutter curtain manually (there is a motor and gear assembly that you can turn or rotate with your thumb). I noticed the curtain would not open still. A closer look revealed a small rubber piece stuck on the upper edge of the curtain. After removing it with a pair of tweezers the shutter curtain started to operate again. Now I again have a working camera and two offspring screws which were left behind and I absolute can't remember which part were they securing. Well, those have carefully stored just in case I remember where they originally came from.
I had the same issueissue with my 1100D. I tried all the solutions mentioned in variusvarious forums. One of which was the manual cleaning of the sensor. And that is when I noticed that the shutter curtain was stuck and did not expose the sensor at all. The only options I had were to take my camera to dor repair, where I would have been made to pay whatever amount. Or try the repair myself. I opted for latter. I searched for youtube videos on how to disassemble the camera and operate the shutter curtain manually (there is a motor and gear assembly that you can turn or rotate with your thumb). I noticed the curtain would not open still. A closer look revealed a small rubber piece stuck on the upper edge of the curtain. After removing it with a pair of tweezers the shutter curtain started to operate again. Now I again have a working camera and two offspring screws which were left behind and I absolute can't remember which part were they securing. Well, those have carefully stored just in case I remember where they originally came from.

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Message d'origine par : Ashutosh Sapre ,

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I had the same issue. I tried all the solutions mentioned in varius forums. One of which was the manual cleaning of the sensor. And that is when I noticed that the shutter curtain was stuck and did not expose the sensor at all. The only options I had were to take my camera to dor repair, where I would have been made to pay whatever amount. Or try the repair myself. I opted for latter. I searched for youtube videos on how to disassemble the camera and operate the shutter curtain manually (there is a motor and gear assembly that you can turn or rotate with your thumb). I noticed the curtain would not open still. A closer look revealed a small rubber piece stuck on the upper edge of the curtain. After removing it with a pair of tweezers the shutter curtain started to operate again. Now I again have a working camera and two offspring screws which were left behind and  I absolute can't remember which part were they securing. Well, those have carefully stored just in case I remember where they originally came from.

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