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Moutlrie I-40 IR flash doesn't seem to work

Received new I-40 model 2 days ago. Camera takes great day shots but night time photos are solid black. Checked IR setting and made sure default was set for IR to work. Still get solid black night shots and an error code of 020000. Any idea what is wrong?

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Error 020000 relates to flash/flash charging...if new, take it back.I have repaired several by replacing the IR LED flash...easier fix than the incandescent units.

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You need to check the settings in the camera , as to whether it's selected on night mode or not , when you use the camera at night , and particularly if the light is not as bright as day light.

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