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Will canon still repair my 17-55mm 2.8?

So I bought my 17-55mm f.2.8 a while back probably around 2010. And just recently the zoom ring is stuck,(well kind of). Well the ring moves as it should from 17mm up to around 37mm but at 37mm it doesn’t go passed that and gets “stuck”. Everything within that 17-~37 ish range works as it should. Yes I am concerned with that, but I’m also concerned with if I will still be able to take the lens into the canon repair shop (there is a canon repair shop nearby). I am not too worried about cost as long as it does not exceed the price of a new lens. So is this a mild problem that shouldn’t be to hard/costly to fix and will I still be able to take it to get repaired since I bought it at around 2010
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Registered: ‎10-25-2012

Re: Will canon still repair my 17-55mm 2.8?

Hi Sunnybag745!


We haven't been notified by our engineers (as of the writing of this post) that this lens is out of service life. That means that here in the USA, we're still repairing the EF-S 17-55 f/2.8 IS USM. You'll want to take it to your nearest Canon Factory Service Center for an estimate.

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