Canonet G-III QL17 film advance doesn't lock when shutter is cocked
Just got a CLA on a Canonet with a stuck shutter and when I got it back, the film advance lever doesn't lock after the film is advanced to the next frame and the shutter is cocked--I could wind to the end of my film and never take a picture. (It worked fine before the CLA.)
My question is, should I care? The Canonet has a film indicator window that shows whether or not the film has been advanced and the shutter is cocked (it turns red and then turns white when the shutter is released), so I'd likely only skip a frame if I advanced the film without thinking about it. If I can't remember whether or not the shutter is still cocked, I can just look at the indicator.
I can send the camera back and have it fixed under a repair warranty, but I'm not sure it's worth the trouble. In fact, it could be handy in that it makes advancing to a certain frame of an already partially shot roll of film easy to do. What do you think? Should I just leave the camera as it is, or should I send it back for repair?