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I have a polaroid onestep instant camera that is quite old. When I open the flash the light does not come on. Is there a battery or do you have to have film in it for the flash to work?

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Wow that is an old one. i had a polaroid land camera back in the early 80s and from what i recall the film insert did have what appeared to be batteries integrated into it.

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At the top of the display, second from the left, you should see a symbol that contains a lightning bolt. This indicates the flash setting. Press the right side of the circular button until the symbol matches the picture on that button (just the bolt, no eye or A or anything). Now the flash is set to forced on. Try taking a picture.

If the flash still is not going off, something is broken. Call Polaroid. They may replace it if you have a receipt (as long as it's not refurbished or over a year old).

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