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That means that there isn't enough contrast in order for the camera to get a subject in focus properly, if you can set back a little more that can help. The other option would be to have the camera focused where you want and switch to manual focus (which will leave the focus the auto focus found) and shoot the picture.
With a charged or fresh battery in the camera, make sure your lens is clean and default all your settings to factory default. Take a couple of test pictures. If that doesn't fix a point and shoot with a charged or fresh battery, the camera is probably defective.
Because the camera has Mechanical Focus the camera button has 2 Pressures, Holding The first 1/2 of the button press will enable to Mechanical Focus to work, And then once the green dot is shown telling you its in focus, pressing the button all the way down will then take your picture !