I've purchased several of these cameras used as we liked our first on and it eventually failed with this same problem. I have had four of these now and they all end up with this same problem. Take the battery out then turn the selector to any new position and then off, put the battery back it and the lens should recline and camera turn off. One of the cameras would then work for a while after doing this but then hang up again. I think this is a very common problem based on my experience but no other confirmation than yours.
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The Sure Shot Zoom S uses a 2CR5 6V lithium battery. You should be able to find one at an electronics or office-supply store. If all else fails, http://www.batteriesplus.com/product_search/31018-Rayovac-2CR5-Lithium-Battery-1-Pack-DASH--DASH-RAYRL2CR5--1.aspx
No need for manual it is just an aim and shoot camera it has two modes auto and program. You better use auto mode. If you want specifications this is the link, http://reviews.cnet.com/cameras-non-digital/canon-sure-shot-105/4507-9339_7-30402902.html?tag=specs
The flashing H means hat the camera has detected a hardware fault on starting up. It can also mean that the film has mis-loaded. Try removing the film & then the battery to reset it. Put the battery back & switch on. If it's still doing it then I'm afraid it's got the 'flashing "H" of Doom'. Although this is repairable, it's usually not economically viable.