Canon Powershot SD880 Troubleshooting
- Camera won't turn on
- Lens is stuck
- Function buttons do not respond
- Display does not show proper image
- Flash does not work properly
- Battery/Memory card slot not working
Camera won't turn on ¶
No matter what you do, the camera will not turn on.
Drained/Damaged battery ¶
The battery may need charging or replacing.
Bad logic board ¶
The logic board is not working properly and needs to be replaced.
Lens is stuck ¶
The camera lens does not move to focus or retract.
Dirty lens-opening mechanism ¶
Particles may be caught inside the lens chamber. Clean with a soft dry cloth. Check the dis-assembly guide for hard-to-reach areas.
Broken lens ¶
The lens itself may be broken. It needs replacement.
Function buttons do not respond ¶
The buttons on the camera do not respond.
Menu pad is broken ¶
If the menu pad next to the display does not respond, the pad will need to be replaced.
Top panel does not work ¶
If the buttons on top of the camera do not respond, it may need to be replaced.
Display does not show proper image ¶
Nothing shows on the screen or the image is distorted.
LCD is not connected properly ¶
Check the connections to make sure that they are properly placed.
LCD is broken ¶
If the screen is broken, then it will need to be replaced.
Flash does not work properly ¶
The camera's flash does not work.
Flash setting is off ¶
Check to make sure the flash setting is on before assuming that there is a problem.
Low battery ¶
Battery may be too low for flash use. Recharge battery and check if flash works.
Broken flash unit ¶
The flash itself may be damaged. If so, the unit will need to be replaced.
Battery/Memory card slot not working ¶
The battery and/or memory card do not properly fit into their respective slots.
Broken Battery/Memory card slot ¶
If the battery and/or memory card does not easily slide into their slots, or the camera does not register that they are connected, the slot should be replaced.