Question about Panasonic Cameras
If you keep getting the problem and you already tried different sets of replacement batteries, then the flash is faulty, usually flash assembly capacitor has blown.
To fix the fault there is need to disassemble the camera and replace the flash assembly, soldering back the new part.
This is a delicate job , and there is risk to cause more damage to the camera instead of fixing the fault.
If the camera is less than one year old , ring the number listed on the user manual to contact Panasonic, to validate warranty , or to ask a quote on repair.
You can get also get a quote on repair from Advance Camera
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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