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Flash not working

The flash on my samsung a402 has stopped working its got fully charged batterys in its in night mode is this the reason? how do you turn the flash on?

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  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2007

    The flash is not working on my Samsung Digimax A402 digital camera. It has full batteries in it. I have misplaced the instructin manual.

  • kim02 May 25, 2008

    my flash just stopped working everything else working fine

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Flash not working seems to be an ongoing problem with this model. Contact customer support at samsungcamerausa.com and fill out a repair request. My camera is also an A402 over 2yrs old and supposedly they are going to repair the flash free of charge. You'll have to pay to ship it.

Posted on Sep 26, 2007

  • jackoat1 Oct 07, 2007

    Update! Samsung will repair my camera for $55. I'm refusing to pay that! Will still try to get them to repair FOC! If not, will try to repair myself.

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