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My ixus 50 does not turn on (the battery is fully charged) I would like to mention the LCD is in good condition and the objective as well thanks

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The on/off switch is conjoined to a capacitor which holds extra voltage to power up the camera to operate taking pictures. The display does not operate off this capacitor. In other words the capacitor in yours has gone bad. The to repair it outweighs the cost of a new camera sorry to say

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My canon camera ixus 100is wont turn on and have fully charged battery need help getting it going my daughter goes on holiday on friday


it s probably the the camera have receive a pressure or is fall down??
problem can be different. the contact dont touch exactly on the batterie. prove to clean the internal contact with a cotton stik and alcohol. if you dont solve the problem. i think that the problem are serious. can be in the lens if the camera turn on and turn out immediately if the camera dont turn on completly the problem can be in the motherboard of the camera. prove if you have a friend with another batterie. its possible that the problem is in the batterie countact. but i hope that you are lucky..why mostly the problem is internal the camera. i am sorry.
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take it apart ie take the battery out, the memory card out and put it back together putting the battery back in last and try and turn it back on, if that does not help then I would get in touch with Canon and see if you can swap it or get it repaired via warranty if its still under warranty.

If you have had it less then 3 months you may be able to take it back to the shop where you got it from ( whether its online or physically at a store ) and see if you can get a replacement.

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The symptoms you describe sound very much like a failing battery. How old is your battery? Rechargeable batteries are only meant to last for a couple years, regardless of use.

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How long does a fully charged battery last?


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