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Nikon E5700 flash on camera sticks open

Used the no flash mode to take some pictures while the flash was up and the flash will not stay closed when I try to set it back in place.

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If the pop-up flash does not stay in place, it could be possible that you got its locking mechanism damaged. Only a service personnel can confirm this.

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I hope this helps!
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link to info is here: http://www.nikonusa.com/Service-And-Support/Service-Advisories/index.page

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