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No power on Canon SD750

No power on SD750 even with a new fully recharged battery.
Never dropped it. Just stopped turning on.

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  • tough_kitty Feb 02, 2009

    I have the exact same problem!!!! Haven't done anything to my camera....have a fully charged battery...and the camera wouldn't even open now! :(

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Here are some simple things to try first for a camera that won't power on. They won't work for every case, but they're worth a try:

http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/11/simple-fix-for-dead-cameras-that-wont.html

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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If this is the case, the camera might have internal damage. Might be better to send it back to Canon delears/shop for repair. Please try below link

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Where is the battery power level indicator on LCD screen so that I can know when to recharge the battery.


The low-battery indicator will appear near the upper-right corner of the display when the battery level drops. If it's not there then the battery level is fine. When it appears, get ready to replace or recharge the battery.

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Dropped SD750 on floor, now won't turn on


That's a hard one to analyze through email. A camera tech would have to use test equipment on it to see if the power section got shorted when the door opened when it hit the floor. It may not be a cheap or easy fix, but only a tech can tell. I have heard of cameras getting damaged, just from putting batteries in backwards, so a short circuit might have damaged a chip inside. Of course a warranty does not cover dropped cameras, but you might want to have them look at it and tell you what it will cost.

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SD750 not turning on


Did you reolaced battery that evening, if you did then try holding the battery door tight and the turn it on. If this will solve it it means that there is a play in battery door that happens very often if someone is not careful enough while replacing battery or merory card.

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Canon SD750 does not turn on. Battery is fully recharged and tested on another camera. Just no power to this camera.


Your problem is the fuse on the main board or the battery door switch. if you cannot repair we do it for 85.00

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Ixus 75 battery discharges overnight even if the camera is turned off.


That's it, the battery's defective, it's not the camera...unless you've tried another (new) battery...

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No LCD Display


Your LCD is broken.
I'm an Imaging Salesman at Circuit City and I would normally say to get the LCD fixed but that would be a waste of money due to the fact that this model was released in 2004 and you would be better off getting a new camera.

If you are looking for another Canon....
For good quality and "user-friendliness" i would suggest the:

Canon SD1000, SD870, SD750 (Thin, sleek designs that come with rechargable batteries)

For more a more convenient price without loss of quality you might want to check out the Canon PowerShot A560.
(A somewhat large and bulky camera that runs on regular AA batteries)

Good Luck!!

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