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My camera wont turn off

I have a Canon sure shot 105 zoom. It is showing a large H in the view finder and seems to be stuck. It will not turn off and the zoom is stuck open. can anyone help?

Posted by Tony Hillocks on

  • canonind Jan 09, 2008

    When I try to turn my camera on, a flashing "H" appears in the display. I looked up the problem in an online manual, and in the troubleshooting section, I read that I should take the battery out, wait for the flashing to stop, and then put the battery back in and turn the camera on. This has not helped to solve the problem. The "H" continues to flash, and the shutter won't open. Are there any other solutions to this problem?? Anything that will solve the problem permanently?

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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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