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My canon sd600 flash is not operating how do i asceratin what is the problem and how to rectify it?

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Issue: Flash will not fire when the flash mode is set to On or Auto even in low light conditions.
Solution: The PowerShot SD600 requires repair service.


If all troubleshooting steps have failed, then the issue you describe seems to indicate that your product requires repair service. Canon has excellent service options and we are eager to provide any assistance you may need. Links to the service options that are available for your product are listed below:
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Flash does not always fire, & sometimes there is a bit of smoke from flash.


Smoke from the flash is never a good sign. It might be a good idea to contact the support section of the Canon website for their recommendations.

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Yes. Repeatedly press right on the multiselector (marked with a lightning bolt) to cycle through the different flash modes. The choices are Auto, Auto Red-eye Reduction, Red-eye Reduction On, On, Off, and Slow synchro. They should be described on page 9 of the Basic Camera User Guide.

If you've misplaced your user guides, you can download them from the manufacturer's web site at http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=323&modelid=12913

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How can I turn off the flash on my Canon PowerShot SD600?


Press the Flash button to cycle through the various modes. The Flash button is marked with a lightning bolt, and is on the right side of the multiselector. Your choices are Auto, Auto Red Eye Reduction, Red Eye Reduction On, On, Off, and Slow Synchro. Off is marked with a lightning bolt inside a circle with a slash through it.

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I assume you mean SDHC.

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Sorry, but that's just the way it is.

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According to the Canon website, your camera is not SDHC compatible, which means that 2 GB is the maximum size.

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I have the same problem.. however I did leave my camera in my car for the past couple of weeks.. and it has gotten pretty hot in there.. I'm guessing the heat busted my flash..

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