Question about Canon PowerShot S60 Digital Camera
On the first powershot you need to make sure the Auto Flash is not turned off (button top left on rear of camera) If it has been turned off a lightening strike symbol contained in a circle will show on screen and flash will not operate. You can cycle through AutoFlash - Flash On - Flash off by continually pressing this button.
If the flash does not respond to this command the flash unit is failing to charge and will have to be returned for service repair.
On the second powershot the LCD is white because it is not receiving a signal. This will be caused either by a disconnected ribbon inside the camera or failed circuitry. If you are brave you could open it and check for a poor connection to the screen but you may end up doing more harm than good!
Hope this helps to explain the issues you are having. Please remember to rate my answer. Many Thanks.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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