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I can't remember how to turn the flash back on to auto flash?

At current my camera flash is not on, I press the help button and the button associated with the flash but it does nothing.  I want to turn the flash back onto auto flash but can't remember how to?

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  folloe these steps

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Posted on Oct 17, 2007

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If the light is on will that help? You can turn the light on by opening up the camera lens and then click on settings. Turn on light is about the 5th one along. I have been playing with phone trying to get flash to go on too but as yet have still to discover how. Must look out manual!

 

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Posted on Oct 16, 2007

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