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Flash will not turn on

Recently I went on a field trip with my son and I turned off the flash so I wouldn't get the flash reflection in the photos. Now I would like to turn it back on and it won't come back on. I have gone through all the flash settings and it's like the Flash Fill In has disappeared. The option is no longer there. Can someone please help me????????

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