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I can't move the flash off of the "off" mode.

The instructions say to keep pushing the flash sign until you get the desired flash mode. Nothing happens when I follow those instructions.

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Are you shooting in the Auto mode? Change this to P or A and try to change the flash mode through the flash sign (top button on the four-way controller.

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