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SOURCE: My canon powershot a570 is not powering on despite changing the batteries. Any suggestions?

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:
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Posted on May 23, 2009

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SOURCE: digital camera blurry with slight movement

Its probably because ur shake control isnt turned on, If its turned on and still it persists then its not a defect its just that u will have to be more steady.

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Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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SOURCE: i purchase a canon powershot A1100 IS in dec. and

There is a one-year warranty on the camera if you purchased it new. Contact your regional Canon support facility, and they will be able to give you your options for getting the camera repaired under warranty.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

SOURCE: hi, I just bought Canon PowerShot A1100 IS camera.

Those batteries are Ni-cads or the like, they ONLY have 1.2 Volts, this camera should ONLY be used with "Normal"? batteries, of 1.5 Volts. It is all a function of VA/T Volts x Amps, over Time, and a 1.2 @ 2.7Amps = 3.24VA, now, even at same current 1.5 @ 2.7 Amps = 4.05.VA You see, the other first one does not have enough energy to last. It is that simple.

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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SOURCE: Lens Error

Sometimes the lens is just stuck, sometimes it needs to be replaced. Try to mechanically move the lens in and out by gently twisting, pushing and pulling. If that fails, the gears are too misaligned to repair it without opening it.

If you're out of warranty, there are third party place that replace them such as camera lens repairs.

If you want to do it yourself, there are also free camera repair guide websites that show you how to replace the lens, the replacement part is usually available on ebay.

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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A1100 door stuck


Your battery leaked probably alkaline batteries left in the camera too long. You can dissolve the leak with water and clean up the camera. Try not to wet the rest of the camera if you can.

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I have a Canon powershot A1100is dig camera. When I try to turn it on, it reads need new batteries. even if I change the batteries. Sometimes it wont even turn on. Help


Do you using Ni-MH batteries? Canon cameras judge the battery is low power by the real-time voltage of the batteries. And the voltage of Ni-MH batteries are lower than Li-ion ones, so the camera will notice low power even there are new batteries. Try Li-ion ones and see is anything help. best wishes!!
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How do you restart the canon A1100


http://www.freeservicemanual.co.cc/canon-powershot-a1100-user-manual/
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This info is all in the user manual, so I have found one for you for later reference. Please simply download from the link above....
in any event the best way to restart is to Power OFF & then ON again, this will reset all settings and restart the software again.

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Powershot A1100 is error lens restart camera


try these:-
  • connect it to pc and on it
  • vaccum the barrel of lens
  • changing mem. card and batt. for 2min.
  • shake it.
  • on and off in different positions

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Hi, I just bought Canon PowerShot A1100 IS camera. I am using rechargable battaries of GP 1.2V 2700mhz which only lasts for not more that half an hour. what should I do?


Those batteries are Ni-cads or the like, they ONLY have 1.2 Volts, this camera should ONLY be used with "Normal"? batteries, of 1.5 Volts. It is all a function of VA/T Volts x Amps, over Time, and a 1.2 @ 2.7Amps = 3.24VA, now, even at same current 1.5 @ 2.7 Amps = 4.05.VA You see, the other first one does not have enough energy to last. It is that simple.

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