Troubleshooting Guide - Canon 10x42L IS WP Instructions Manual

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Troubleshooting Guide

If there is a problem with the binoculars, first refer to the table below
to see if you can resolve it. If the problem cannot be resolved, take the
binoculars to your nearest Canon Service Center.
The image is not clear.
The Image Stabilizer
does not operate.
When the binoculars are
shaken severely while
the Image Stabilizer is
operating, there is a
strange noise.
Probable Cause
The lens is dirty.
The width of the binoculars
does not suit the width
between your eyes.
The diopter has not been
properly set.
The binoculars are not
properly focused.
There are no batteries
When the Image Stabilizer
button is pressed, the lamp
does not light.
The battery power is low.
The binoculars are facing
The batteries are exhausted. Replace the batteries with
Corrective Measure
Use a blower brush to
remove dust, etc., from the
lens surface. Then use a
commercially available lens
cleaner or similar material to
wipe the lens.
Adjust the width of the
(See page ENG-9).
Adjust the diopter
(See page ENG-10).
Focus the binoculars
(See page ENG-10).
Load batteries having
enough power.
If the lamp does not light,
it means the batteries are
exhausted. Replace the
batteries with new ones.
Even if the lamp lights, the
Image Stabilizer may not
operate if the batteries are
exhausted. Replace the
batteries with new ones.
If the binoculars face down
for more than 10 seconds,
the Image Stabilizer will
turn off to conserve power.
To use the binoculars
in downward direction,
keep pressing the Image
Stabilizer switch.
new ones.


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