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Help adjusting offset buttons

Discussion in 'Ikelite' started by OtherHalf, Jan 25, 2017.

  1. OtherHalf

    OtherHalf Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 50 - 99
    Location: Virginia
    The plunger that activates the AV button on my canon camera is the rotating type that lifts and falls to hold the button depressed for shooting in manual mode. The plunger is not engaging the button on the camera because it is rotating too far counterclockwise. Is there a way to re-phase this plunger so it engages and holds down the button? I posted pictures in the canon corner looking for help but thought id ask here too.
  2. Ikelite Staff

    Ikelite Staff Dive Equipment Manufacturer


    I have read your detailed thread in "Canon Corner" and consulted with production on a solution.

    The deepest "valleys" in the black indexing ring should form an "X" when installed properly on the control gland cap "nut." Rotate the indexing ring and reinstall until you get the proper placement.

    If you are unable to correct the problem, please send the housing (without camera) and a cover letter or copy of this thread to Ikelite Service.

    Once received, the turnaround time is approximately 2 weeks.

    Ikelite Service Dept.
    50 W. 33rd St.
    Indianapolis, IN 46208

    Best Regards,

    Brett Foster - Ikelite
    Last edited: Jan 26, 2017

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