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Re: canon sure shot 90u
Take the battery out then push some buttons - the zoom buttons or the release button - til the LCD goes blank. This sometimes resets the circuit if there is really no problem. Then reinsert the battery and try again. If the H reappears, there is a problem with your zoom. It'll have to go to a repair shop.
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Are you sure you did not select flash off? This setting remains even when you switch off the camera. See basic settings page 14. If on top of the screen next to the ISO symbol is a flash symbol with a bar, you manually switched off your flash.
Back up from what you are photographing, and turn your flash off or onto auto. You do this by lightly tapping the little Lightening bolt in the lower right corner of the LCD screen and repeat as necessary until the yellow lightning bolt on the left side of the screen either has a red circle on it w/ a light through it (off) or a capitol A beside it (auto). I prefer auto, because I take most of my photos outdoors and it's hard to tell if a flash is necessary under a tree when its really sunny, or on a really cloudy day @ the beach...(sunny day in the shade-flash. Cloudy &rainy beach? No flash, not ever!) There is a problem w/ the cameras flash system though, you can set it on auto thinking that you can just click away & let the camera handle the flash like you can on most cameras, but the Vivitar almost always has to have the flash reset after every single photo, but then every once in a while it stays on the same setting all day long!
Try removing the motherboard from the screens and attach the battery the green light should turn on and stay on.
Now attach the lower screen and turn on. If the screen is ok the screen and green light will flash and then turn off. (if the screen doesn't flash the bottom screen is you're problem and will have to be replaced)
If this happens the problem is then you're top screen which you will have to replace.
I purchased an LG front loader washer last year in October, Luckily I purchased the extended warrenty. I had to have a repair man come out as I was stumped too. I had washed some rugs in there and it plugged up the pump. The repair man told my husband that the inlet is very small and there are lots of things that could plug the pumps up. If you are handy could tackle this but I think it is best to call someone. My husband is handy at fixing just about anything and he told me to take my rugs to the laudry mat. :(
IE is inlet error. (failed to reach set water level within 8 minutes)
You have cleaned the inlet screens. Make sure there is water up to the inlets. (disconnect hose and put end into drain or a bucket and turn valve on to make sure) Re-connect hoses and turn valves back on. Make sure hoses are not kinked. If still no water fill, you should take the top off the machine (bottom screws on the plastic retainers on the back side of the top, then from in front of the machine, push back with a sharp push of the palms of your hands on the L and R side of the top, to push it back about 2 inches, then lift the top off) and then check to see if you are getting any power (120 volts AC) to the water valves when you start a cycle. (Again, you should not get code IE for aprox. 8 minutes) No power to at least one coil on water valve = bad control board. Power to at least one coil, but still no water fill = bad water valve.
(by the way, the LE code is a capital L and E)