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A single sand particle can be the problem. One grain of sand is enough to break the camera. Now everytime I try to turn it on, "Lens Error 150,0,047" flashes on the screen and then the camera turns off. I can heard a "clack" from the interior and now my camera work again.

It responded to a moderate pull. Panasonic FZ8... While the power was still on and the lens was out, I simply (and gently) pushed down on the higher side. So you are a fool too.

The next time i turned it on, it operated normally and has done so since, although i haven't used it a lot since then.The sensation that there is grit in the I was taking picture of pictures i had to draw for a class. It is relatively new. Turned on camera and all is well!

Then turning the camera on. We listed the repair methods in the order least likely to cause damage to your camera. I imagine that's because of the time that a technician spends on getting it set properly compared to how they fire them off of an assembly line. No more long storage in my pants pocket.

EmailPosted July 31, 2013 9:14 amBrooksI have an SX100 IS and it started having a Lens Error about a month ago (no E18, just text). hope this helps April 18, 2008 at 1:29 PM Tania said... I suspect I got some sand in the lens because the lens wouldn't close and just say 'lens error' and 'retry power on'. If you feel brave, try it.

On a Canon PowerShot S5 IS with barrel stuck open after falling from a high tripod while switched on. I own a 5 month old Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2. WORKED FOR ME IN 2 MINUTES. March 21, 2008 at 9:09 PM Anonymous said...

Even more Canon E18 experiences, plus a good listing of E18 errors by Canon model: Nikon Coolpix L3 Lens Error - This site has a few other fixes not listed here If they refuse, or your warranty expired, check the price of repair. While going around the lenses and blowing in compressed air with one hand, turn the camera on and off with the other hand. I am now going to open the camera lens.

Thanks a lot! Should i still try the methods. Consumer response and class action[edit] Much of the consumer anger results from feeling that the failure is not their fault, and that Canon is leaving the consumer to pay for the One of the tips on there got mine working right away.

I had the same thing going on with mine. 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! January 18, 2008 at 7:26 PM Pradeep said... Whatever the reason is for having the lens error, you can try and fix it yourself by following our Canon lens error (E18 error) repair instructions.

I have a Nikon Coolpix S7c. Look it up, Canon shows to be one of the most reliable. Just something to think about. Press and hold the shutter button down, and at the same time press the power-on button.

For those that need help, this is who we used: www.camerasandparts.com They were excellent! im afraid warranty wont cover this one. WebsiteEmailPosted July 3, 2014 11:59 pmNikolaI try almost all sugestions, and after I put USB , small move happened when the my Canon try to turn off .....Because my lens was But, here are some things that you can do that may correct it.

Thanks.- Jason May 17, 2008 at 11:29 AM Anonymous said... only 1yr. REPAIR TECHNIQUE 9) There is a slight variation of the previous fix. April 10, 2008 at 1:10 PM Michele said...

I used my fingernail on the little plastic protector to pull the lens out. The E16 meant the CPU could not talk to a peripheral device after swapping all the boards I came to the conclusion and observation that the fault was indeed on the Your experience can help others. My A410 fixed with technique # 8.

I had to cycle the camera through a couple of cycles but this lens problem corrected with the installation of freshly charged batteries. If you managed to remove the lens error (E18 error) from your camera using the above listed methods, please post your experience in the posting area and list your camera model. This is unacceptable. I'm sure you saved me a considerable amount in repairs or in a new purchase.

however i fixed it by taking it apart, the top cover thingy, and then pushing the lens back down into place.