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Turn camera on, light flashes and then turns off

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    I turn the camera on, the green light flashes once, then it goes out, but the camera does not come on

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I have a samsung A402 and didn't get any instructions with it.
i don't know how to turn off my flash or how to reset my camera cause there is so many icons on the screen and i cant get ride of all the icons

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