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When i want take a picture it alway says charhing the flash??? why to charching the flash??? please help me.... thanks you

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Have you tried fresh batteries? If it has a rechargeable battery, try plugging it in to recharge over night. Also check your camera settings; red-eye reduction may decrease the power to make the make the photo or a constant auto-focus.

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