Question about Canon PowerShot SD750 / IXUS 75 Digital Camera
Was your camera ever dropped or exposed to liquid? If so you could open your camera by removing the body screws to check the LCD ribbon to see if it came loose or if there is liquid damage near the ribbon input. If all looks well inside, I would just have your LCD screen replaced, it's actually affordable! Check that link out and maybe contact them to see what they can do for you! =)
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
PER007 in solution #3 is correct.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
SOURCE: Blurry camera screen
If the pictures are blurry, you probably damaged the lens with the drop. You will have to send the camera to the factory service to replace the lens unit, if it is not serviceable.
If you drop a camera this is not normally covered by the warranty. You may find it cheaper to replace the camera than have any major service done to it.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
SOURCE: Screen problem??
This sounds like a cracked screen.. a leaf you say? is the leaf a graphic, perhaps an icon.. is it centered on the screen at all?
I would take it to a certified repair center to see if they can replace the LCD panel.
Sounds like it needs to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
This seems to happen when something (water, sand, dust)
gets trapped in the lens mechanism.
Has the camera been somewhere filthy before?
The recommended methods include taping on the
bottom of the camera,rapping it on a table,
and pressing hard on the lens.
If the lens moves when you turn the camera on,
try keeping your hand on it so that i
t's forced back into the camera body.
A can of compressed air squirted around the
lens is also a possible fix...
but be super careful with that stuff,
a good hard blow of breath might be safer.
I'm not recommending that you do crazy stuff
to your camera, but if you're careful you may
be able to get it working again without having
to get it serviced.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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