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I have a fuji f810.the pop up flash will not pop up.

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The problem is the top RH edge of the Flash Assembly becoming stuck under the edge of the top side of the camera case in which it sits. Solution gently prize the flash housing to the left as viewed from the top of the camera case whilst the camera is in the take mode whilst pressing the flash button. When the flash assembly pops up file the RH edge of the flash assembly cover as viewed from the top with a fine swiss file. Take care not to get any filings in the camera. This will totally restore the flash operation to normal.

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