Question about Canon Cameras
New batteries. different cameras
Posted by Anonymous on
If you're sure the batteries are fresh, the polarity is observed when installing them, and the contacts are clean (use a clean pencil eraser and Q-Tip dipped in alcohol to clean) then you'll need to send the flash in for repair. Don't try to open and repair yourself. Flash capacitors can hold enough charge to kill you, even without batteries or seeming to work.
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