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Canon E-FS 17-55 f2

 
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Feb 25, 2011 20:24 |  #16

Silverfox1 wrote in post #11915224 (external link)
Fairly easy to perform the below procedure provided by an old Pro:

http://www.pbase.com/l​ightrules/drp (external link)

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great info/post, thanks!


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Feb 25, 2011 22:26 as a reply to  @ Old Baldy's post |  #17

Do you have much dust in your 28-135? If not you should be fine.


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Feb 25, 2011 23:44 |  #18

Fairly easy to perform the below procedure provided by an old Pro:

http://www.pbase.com/l​ightrules/drp (external link)

Regards,

A small magnet - or a magnetized screwdriver - is handy too; makes it easier to put the tiny screws back on.
And to lift the seal, rather than using a screwdriver, use a plastic Dentek Floss Pick (safer). :)




  
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Feb 26, 2011 09:54 |  #19

Silverfox1 wrote in post #11915224 (external link)
Fairly easy to perform the below procedure provided by an old Pro:

http://www.pbase.com/l​ightrules/drp (external link)

Regards, ;)

Thanks Silverfox1. Appreciate the info. My very own 17-55 should be on order soon.


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