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Re: Powershot SD750, AF-assist beam / Red Eye reduction...
The part is probably defective and needs to be replaced, or its possible if the camera was dropped it needs to be unplugged and then plugged back in... maybe it's just not making full contact.
If you need the camera repaired, thats what we do, we are a digital camera repair business. Just let us know, we can check it out for you. If you want to buy just the part and try it yourself feel free to contact me and I will see if I can buy just that small piece or not.
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You could have cracked the lens, damage the focus or a number of other things but the lens and focus are most likely. check your lens for scratches if there is none and no cracks take it to your nearest camera store or buy new good luck!
Hi The product you have given has Built-in flash with Auto, Forced on, Red-eye on, and forced off (Red-eye reduction On or Off). There is a 1 1/8" diameter lens with a built-in lens
cover that automatically opens and closes when the on/off button is
pressed. Above the lens is the viewfinder window, flash and tiny
(almost unnoticeable) microphone. There is also a small circle that has
three functions: the autofocus assist beam, red-eye reduction lamp,
self-timer lamp. A wrist strap comes with the camera and attaches
through a slot on the front of the camera near the side.
To the right of those buttons is the
four-way controller, used for menu navigation as well
Up - Metering (Evaluative, center-weighted,
Down - Drive (Single-shot, continuous,
Left - Focus (Auto, macro, infinity)
Right - Flash (Auto w/redeye reduction,
auto, flash on w/redeye reduction, flash on, flash
the light you see is af-assist beam,red eye reduction lamp and a self-timer lamp so it sounds to me that your camera is stuck in the zoom or housing where the lens retract or extents. it may not be able to return to its start position. I hope this has help Jerry