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Camera wont take pictures

I have a canon powershot a75. when you turn it on all the funtions work but it will not take a picture. it makes the sound like it is going to but then it never captures the picture. i tried the trouble shooting sug. and bought a new compactflash card and reformatted it and still no pictures. if you have any questions please ask. thank you

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When you say that it won't take a picture, does it at least create a file on the memory card, a file of a totally black image? If yes, I had the same problem with my Canon A80. The problem was that the shutter's motor was broken. At first it was intermittent and it became permanent after a while. A repair shop changed it, and the camera has been working great since then.

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