is it the spring problem or else? TIA August 18, 2011 5:16 pm Dave (Lakeuk) said... Initially, use the tweezers to free the shutter button if it is stuck. August 22, 2013 3:12 pm Pulsurge said... http://haiteq.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-s5-is-flash-not-working.php
I bought this camera over 12 months ago and Canon haven't been very helpful e.g fault vs some setting that needs changing vs operator error etc. - all they have advised Stuck a piece of thin, folded paper under both of my contacts and it seems to have fixed it. Yes it's the long metal contact that needs gentle pulling away, if you look at the 2nd photo which shows a side view you can see the long contact out of Then I found that there is another battery next to AA battery (cr1220) which should be powering date time stamp. https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Canon_PowerShot_A720
Next, carefully wipe the lens housing unit with a dry cloth when the lens is fully extended. I have a Canon Powershot A530, purchased in 2006. Thank you soooooooo much! Anonymous with the Fuji,It's either one of two things.
for the Lake District, so much for an old Arthur Ransome fan! July 24, 2012 3:50 pm Anonymous said... Hello my Canon SD940 recently stopped taking pictures. I have a Samsung S850 and the Shutter button is not working either.
I had tried all kind of circus--changing charger,batteries of different chemistry,diff mAh,nothing worked 4 my 3 yr old canon powershotA720IS. Go figureAs we replaced that battery, the camera was instantly as good as new. i am an electronic technician. http://forums.steves-digicams.com/canon/161702-a720-erratic-flash-behaviour-advice-please.html Canon PowerShot... | Answered on Jan 08, 2015 1 Answer Lens eror and shuts off The gears that move the lens in and out may have been damaged when it fell
For a year or so the flash was very slow to recycle. You'd first need to determine which is the problem, but this would require opening the camera. Thanks Dave, I will no longer have to splash out on unnecessary batteries. I am amazed - now much quicker (seemingly normal) recycling times.
While the flash is charging up, my Canon cameras show "busy" in the viewfinder. After you have tried the previous troubleshooting steps and the problem persists, you may want consider the LCD screen repair guide to check for faulty internal wire connections that are connected I have a canon S5 that I have hardly used because I normally use my Canon D model for its many lens options. Thanks for the repair idea.
is online now The flash on my Canon PowerShot A720 IS doesnt work.. http://haiteq.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-s3-flash-not-working.php Unfortunately, there are no LCD screen bright adjustment settings on the settings menu. Digital Cameras My flash is not working on my Canon PowerShot SX110 is camera. Worked like a charm for my canon A720 IS.
But before reading further, first verify that you didn... This is the 2nd Canon Powershot we bought in the past 3 1/2 years & it will be the last one. Canon S100 w/CHDK, SD990 w/CHDK, SD900 w/CHDK, Pentax K30, & Kr, Pentax Q7 Flickr:LOG IN TO REPLY mariarmariarHatchling3 postsJoined Dec 2010More infoDec 18, 2010 19:28|#13hnikesch wrote in post #11377561Have you tried Source This way the contact surface gets bigger each battery pole.
replied6 years ago. Thanks again! I called Sony's replacement parts phone number, 1-800-488-7669.
Besides, i can't afford to buy another one of the same kind...I would be glad should you, Sir, can help "do this myself"... (,")...my email is [email protected] again May 7, 2009 Esmerelda-The A2000 manual says the camera has a built-in rechargeable battery, so sounds like it's not replaceable May 08, 2014 11:07 am Anonymous said... Can anyone tell me where to find the little date/time battery? Even though they are brand new they stop working after 10 mins.
It is working fine now. January 01, 2012 7:27 pm Anonymous said... I followed the advise here and presto - it operates like new! http://haiteq.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-s5-flash-not-working.php Mine also the same problem.
I tried bending the metal many times but it would still not fix the problem.