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At the back of your camera, there is a circular button and a flash symbol on it. Pust that button it will circulates through "Auto, Flash-off, Flash-on, Red-eye reduction" modes. As you see those modes displayed on the LCD screen of your camera, chose one of them as you wish (in this case chose the one except "flash-off" mode ofcourse) :)
Maybe. But it does seem to be a lens problem. Possibly the lens is out of sync as mentioned in another post here.If there is a grinding, the lens is probably damaged by dirt or sand. Make sure the batteries or battery is fully charged.