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To make a guess as to what is occurring you have not presented enough information. So here are some things to try:

  • Make sure the flash is seated solidly on the camera. That is usually the issue.
  • With flash off the camera look at the shoe mount. Check the locking lever making sure when turned the center pin extends and retracts.
  • Sometimes the center pin does not engage the hotshoe
  • Clean both the bottom of the flash is clean and also the camera hot shoe.

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