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Multishot function broken on Nikon D50

I've just bought a Nikon D50 and the multishot function seems to be broken. I can take single shots just fine, and when it's in multishot mode I can still take just the one picture, but, sadly, no multishots!

Any ideas?

Do I need to press something else while I take the pictures, or maybe it needs to be configured differently? As far as I can tell from the manual, everything is as it should be so I'm a bit confused.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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As far as i know if you see the multi shot icon on the top screen it must function if it is not you're going to have to take it back 'cause you got a refuse piece i would say at least...any way they should change it for you at once or solve your problem in case it was a newly bought camera

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