Question about Canon PowerShot A640 Digital Camera
I had the same problem. I figured out that it was being caused by loose batteries. When I would shake the camera, I could hear the batteries jiggle around and the camera would turn off. I fixed the issue by taking a stiff piece of wire; bending a little 90 degree hook on the end, and then using the hook to gently lift the little spring in the battery compartment. Now the batteries are firmly secured, and I don't have the problem any more.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
It sounds like your camera has an auto power off malfunction and you should call Canon tech support to have it serviced.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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