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here is the link to the user manual if you need it;
Check page 62 and see if the reset will work;
"Press the MODE and LIGHT buttons simultaneously for 2
or more seconds to reset the custom setups to the default settings."
Also see if you get any change from cleaning the battery contacts carefully with a cotton bud/Q-tip with a little gin - sometimes a small amount of invisible dirt on these can stop the battery contacting.
If you fancy opening the flash up, then if there is a fuse you will be able to see it - there is no easy to swap fuse that can be accessed from the outside.
check if anything else inside is obviously burnt or broken - post back a photo if you can and we may see something to check.
I think something fatal but probably replaceable has happened in the control electronics - possibly the screen has died. Check if the cable connecting the screen to the main board inside has come loose.
Check the connections at the hinges - they can occasionally get damaged or pulled loose.
If you don't wish to take it apart yourself;
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Assuming you mean the Olympus IS-50 all-in-one camera with a 28-120mm lens, you may download a copy of the manual here. If this isn't your camera, please reply to this post and give the model number of the camera, not a description.
This Canon flash gun does not have a true wireless (radio) trigger. It uses optical light pulse. A user manual can be downloaded from this WEB site. http://support-au.canon.com.au/contents/AU/EN/0300411601.html
The flash light intensity can be adjusted between +3 and –3.
The light intensity adjustment must be set to ON in the custom setup operation (page 61). • The indicator appears in the control panel.
Turn dial B to select a light intensity adjustment value in the following steps. (This selection is also possible with dial A.)
0 → +0.3 → +0.7→ +1.0 ... +3.0
0 → –0.3 → –0.7→ –1.0 ... –3.0
The display shows the light intensity adjustment value except when the value is 0, in which case the display does not show the light control range.
If the camera’s flash adjustment mode is selected, the actual flash light intensity will be the total of the light intensity adjustment value set on the FL-50 and that set on the camera. The light intensity adjustment value displayed is that of the FL-50 only.