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Hi, First try with new batteries as power received will be less as the batteries gets older and so flashes might not be working well. If you still face the same problem even after changing the batteries, then there is a problem with flash lamp.
It is either the capacitor, which stores the electric energy for the flash; or the flash bulb itself. Be careful with diy. If the capacitor is ok, it will give you a nasty shock when you touch the contacts. It is very dangerous and could cause serious injury.
This has happened to mine a couple of times. I cannot select flash, and the blur indicator is on most of the time.
Solution is to go into 'menu', select 'SET UP' then 'reset all'. My flash selection then works again.
Since one doesn't tend to set much up with a basic camera like this, resetting shouldn't cause any issues.
Hope this helps