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I can't get my camera to flash or work in the "Auto" mode. I've cleared all of the images, reset the settings and use custom settings. I place the camera on "Auto" and turn it on. It goes into the delay mode for 59 seconds and then goes to sleep. It won't take a picture or flash.

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Have you done the time/date setup? Online manual says it goes auto after 4 minutes, but perhaps the date/time need to be setup first? Online manual here in case you lost your book :)

http://images.ebsco.com/pob/moultrie/catalog/dgs-i40-user-manual-compressed.pdf

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SOURCE: My camera is not flashing

It sounds like the capacitor on the flash board isn't charging. They're small electrolytics that go bad in time, but usually are good for a few years. There could also be other problems such as a cracked solder joint on the board. It could also be a fault with the main board, but not likely in this situation.
The unit will have to be serviced, or at least troublshot, and you might contact Moultrie to see what they can do, or what they offer for support. I couldn't find a site for them online, so refer to your manual that came with the unit.
As an alternative, you can run it by a local repair shop, and see what they would fix it for.
Always get an estimate first, since it can run a bit.
Good luck, and hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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