I'm trying to repair a Canon EF 35-75 1 : f3.5-4.5. It has a broken focus mechanism. I have looked on Youtube and cant find a video that shows a full disassembly. I have it partially disassembled it but I can figure out the steps to get the remaining components disassembled so that I can fix it.
The pics show my how far I have got.
How can complete the disassembly ?
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What you have now are a bunch of pieces and parts. In many cases a lens can't just be taken apart and put back together. Sometimes things have to be calibrated. I'm not sure repair videos exist. If you can't find them by searching YouTube, then you see the predicament you are in. I hope it works out.
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This is intended more as a learning exercise hence starting with a cheep lens. the inital attempt would be to use plastic welding method or a glue. I doubt I will be able to buy parts for this lens.
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