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Canon power shot a540 zoom function is stuck, zoomed all the way. also, in "play" mode, i can only see last image shot. the button to view previous or next pictures is not responding.

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2. Turn the shooting mode dial to any Shooting mode except for stitch_assist_icon_a70.gifor movie_icon_a70.gif.
3. In the [ rec_icon.gif(Rec.)] menu, select digital_zoom_icon_a70.gif(Digital Zoom).
digital_zoom_menu.gif 4. Select [On] using the left_arrow.gifor right_arrow.gifbutton and press the <MENU> button.
5. Press the zoom lever toward tele_icon_a70.gifand hold it.
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digital_zoom_lcd_a70.gif 6. Shoot the image.
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