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Sd940 no flash

No flash, but do have orange test light

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  • wynand de boer Feb 19, 2012

    Hi, thanks for your very fast respond, I opened the camera to renew the lens and that works fine now, I later also renewed the flash unit because it hasn`t worked since the lens was broken(sand), do you know where the small battery is for? it isn`t for flash I guess? and what do you mean by `maybe some resistor that could be open`? Sorry, I don`t quite understand

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Maybe some resistor in FLASH CIRCUIT section inside of your camera are opened because sometimes, this is what i find when im experiencing that kind of truoble,so i advice you to try first on the settings menu before consulting to a trained technician,..

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