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    Default Sending camera and lenses to Olympus for servicing in USA

    Some (perhaps all) find the Olympus website a bit tough to navigate.
    Olympus has put together a check list on how to send back to the repair center for US customers.

    If you need to send in a lens /body/accessory for repair within the USA, please refer to this document. It can save you a few dollars, in some cases 30-40% of shipping cost.
    http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_se...schecklist.pdf

    Further note, it seems that most repairs are only taking 2-3 days once the equipment arrives at the service center, very good to hear.

    We also have the forms for you to type on in this thread -
    http://forum.fourthirdsphoto.com/showthread.php?t=22843

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    Default Re: Sending camera and lenses to Olympus for servicing in USA

    Thank you for posting that.

    I got the E-500 2-lens kit back in October. I have about 300 clicks of the shutter. At this point in time it is the most disappointing camera I have ever owned. I have a Easyshare that out produces this.

    My daughter is very pleased with her kit. I'm ready to take mine to the range and do some shooting with a 12 gague.

    I have a E-20, which in my opinion, is one of the finest cameras Olypus has ever produced.

    I'll be writing to them tomorrow. And again thanks for your post.

    lucian

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    Default Re: Sending camera and lenses to Olympus for servicing in USA

    Thank you Tony I'm getting ready to send in my lens. Appreciate the help.
    Lara P
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