Thanks for the responses.
Just got off the phone with Canon. After about 25 minutes of waiting between customer service and her manager, this is what the manager said; The whole board needs to be replaced. I said the camera was working fine, I didn't notice a problem and was just shooting a newborn with studio lights. I then asked her is they were able to power the camera on? She then puts me on hold again and comes back and says the problem was intermittent and was only happening a few times. She then asks me if I had ever seen an error code which I never have.
I love Canon. Never had a problem but the recall on the 1DX in 2013. I'm brand driven, got away from Sony after a few bad customer service calls. I have numerous Canon lens, 85mm 1.2, 70-200mm 2.8, 24-70mm 2.8, two Canon rebels and two speedlites along with a HD video camera. I just want to know if this is a normal and will I have to replacing the board in another 4 years? She says nothing on that Camera is guaranteed except the shutter. I ended the conversation with, Well thats good to know when I'm going to purchase another camera because having something like this board break in 4 years when the camera is in great shape is a deal breaker for me.
I don't know maybe I'm over reacting, things break right? I'm just a little upset that the quality should be a little better. Like I said I have two Rebels that are 8 and 9 years old and are still working great...no problems what so ever. I'm not cheap, have no problem paying for a repair, I just want to know if this is a crap shoot...will it break again so soon? I guess its like life...you never know when you're going to get hit by a bus.
The part is $200 and the labor is $600 and the new board has ONLY A 6 MONTH WARRANTY!!!!!!