Question about Canon Sure Shot 105 Zoom S 35mm Point and Shoot Camera

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Cannot take photo

I went to take a photo and the camera started flashing "H" and a battery icon, which looks like the battery is full. I repalced the battery, but the same thing occurs. If I turn the camera to "off" or "auto" nothing changes.

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  • woodm50 Sep 21, 2008

    The H is displayed in the LCD panel. I bought a new battery and followed the directions in the manual but the H continues to appear and the camera will not work. Help! Any suggestions for fixing?

  • ccrstrisha Sep 24, 2008

    My camera is stuck on H also. The camera seems to be locked up it wont do anything. The battery is fine. Is this a malfunction? Why doesn't anyone know how to fix it?

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Hmmm, that problems posted on here a couple of times - THE H. Surely there's some info out there if you "google" the error message.

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