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Canon sure shot 90u

The screen at the top is flashing a capitol H . Even when the battery is out it still flashes.

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Take the battery out then push some buttons - the zoom buttons or the release button - til the LCD goes blank. This sometimes resets the circuit if there is really no problem. Then reinsert the battery and try again. If the H reappears, there is a problem with your zoom. It'll have to go to a repair shop.

Posted on Dec 01, 2006

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