all rights reserved to the respective owners || || Terms of In its place it has adopted the more common term "lens error" that other manufacturers use. Bezig... Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse - Canon E18 by lilaruth / March 13, 2005 8:37 PM PST In reply to: Canon E18 Error I've owned the Canon Powershot

Reply J.Manuel says: January 16, 2012 at 2:19 am De pronto el famoso E-18. Canon Powershot A95 Cena Camera hasn't worked for a couple of weeks and now my wife is happy she can take photos and videos of the kids again. Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your account. (LogOut/Change) You are

I could close it but it would fault and re-extend immediately.

Newer » This thread is closed to new comments. The E18 error is an error message on Canon digital cameras. If I power on in preview mode, all is good; at least until I switch to take new photos.Am I missing something here? Canon Powershot A95 Problème There seems to be a lot of talk on the web about E18 errors.

Reply scott kriz says: March 24, 2011 at 11:36 am same thing with mine😦 Reply Emily says: May 4, 2009 at 12:29 pm Thank you so much! I guess the steps bellow can be tried before disassembling the camera: 1) Turn on the camera, hopefully the telescope will come out. 2) Hold the telescope with your fingers 3) After reading about the poor service from Canon and the thought of paying $150 for repair this was a super cool treat. You can change this preference below.

This would affect the lens motor more than other parts.If you have a voltmeter, you can measure the voltage of each battery to determine if a battery is bad.The other method Well, I have fixed mine several time in less time that it takes to take a picture. Here is what the lens error (E18 error on Canon) looks like. It took me about 20-30 minutes and problem was solved!

The problem can happen due to a number of reasons: If dirt or sand get into the lens mechanism If a a user dropps his or her camera with the lens Some users have been able to manipulate the lens back into place (see reference links below). Simply pulled it all aprt again lined it up and all good. Reply Robert Behm says: February 20, 2009 at 1:38 am Thanks for the information and pictures.

The lens gets stuck in the extended position, and refuses to move either to focus the lens or to retract when powered off. You will hear a "click" as it pops back in place. Canon Powershot's error E18 has to do with the lens: If it appears on a black LCD with E18 written on the corner, it is mostly due to the lens getting They only seem to work for less than 40% of the lens errors, but if the camera is out of warranty, and if you're not particularly adept with a screwdriver, they're