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Flash does not open when I slide the "open flash" switch.

Camera model - DX 7590, sl. no. KJCDL43400012.

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Try gently lifting the flash with the flash latch held open. It may have grit stopping it or a broken spring. Also make sure the latch is pulling right across to the right.

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

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