I might sound like an ass but, why do you need to AFMA a TS-E lens? Isn't this a manual focusing lens?
I am sure it has a motor to focus with inside of it. It may be stuck on this one. I would suggest turning the focus ring back and forth quickly and applying some WD 40 to see if it will shake the motor loose.
What focus motor ... The Canon website says that the drive system is manual.
The digital picture review website says this in its review-
All Canon TS-E lenses use good old fashion manual focus only. Manual focus at a wide aperture setting is easy to miss with the standard focusing screens shipping on Canon's current DSLRs. Alternative focusing screens (including at least one with parallel lines) are available to make this task easier. Canon's Angle Finder C would also help. Live View helps tremendously with this task. If the tilt and shift settings are both at their zero settings, the viewfinder focus indicator will illuminate (and the focus-achieved beep will sound if turned on) when manual focus is properly achieved. Shifting does not affect focus.
So if the lens has no AF, why AFMA?
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