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D40 Flash didn't work

Had it for about 1 mo and the flash would not pop up. I popped it up on my own and now it works fine and pops up on its own. Should I still take it back or will it be ok now. Why would it not pop up before? It clicked but never popped up.
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  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2008

    It now pops up but doesn't fire.

  • Mikidog Jan 09, 2008

    My Nikon D40x builtin flash pops up but does not fire in any mode. I have had the camera approx 2 months and the flash worked the first time but not since. I have not dropped it or abused it in any way. Solution?

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Seems to me that this is some kind of fault with the camera design\
i would get a different model

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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Always check the batteries first but if is it still giving the same fault, your camera is faulty.
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