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Camera Won't Stay Powered On
Camera powers down shortly after being turned on is an indication of a faulty battery, faulty charger or bad battery connection.
Possible Faulty Battery/Connection
If the camera repeatedly dies after being powered on, the battery is not holding a charge or is not correctly connected. You should inspect the battery connection and may consider replacing the battery as shown in this guide Battery Replacement Guide.
Possible Faulty Charger
If your battery and connection checks good, the charger may not be doing its job to charge the battery. You may consider replacing the charger.
Possible Faulty Motherboard
If the camera will not turn on at all and the battery has been checked, then it is possible that the motherboard may have become faulty. You may consider replacing the motherboard using this Canon EOS 70D Motherboard Replacement Guide.
Camera Won't Focus
While trying to take a picture, if the picture remains blurry and does not ever become clear, this is a common symptom of a focus component problem.
Possible Faulty Focus Main Board in Lens
If you cannot get the camera to auto/manually focus, you should consider replacing the focus main board in lens using this Focus Main Board Guide.
Screen Won't Display
While camera is powered on and the top screen has a display, if the camera flip screen does not show an image, the screen may be damaged.
Possible Damaged Screen Components
If your screen is cracked or damaged, you should replace the camera screen using this LCD Touchscreen Replacement Guide.
SD Card Error
If you take a picture and receive an "SD Card Error" message on screen, you may need to reformat the SD card.
SD Card Incorrectly Formatted
If the error message "SD Card Error" pops up on screen when a picture is taken, you should reformat the SD Card using this Reformat SD Card Guide.