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there are 3 possibilities :
1. the micro contact on the back of pop up flash is dead
2. a hi voltage coil is bun out
3. a transistor is burned out.
In all that cases I charge 15 to 25 USD but the shipping cost to Romania is to expensive if you are outside of UE.
Check your post office the shipping cost and if you think is worth to repair the camera , contact me to firstname.lastname@example.org
take a close look to the lens, and if is clean, you have two possible problems
1. the CCD part is almost dead
2. the CCD connector is not in the right position, so you will have to open the camera and ensure that connector is properly set and the lock is on.
If your Fuji e510 battery system is like the Finepix S3000 or the S3100 take a look at the following postings: Finepix S3100 (Camera power does not come on...) by banobo of Feb 07,2008 and check out solutions #2 & #4, (Mine is #4), Also see posting by "tomawamba for Fuji S3000" and my slightly differently worded solution.(Only one posted). May be best to get camera working before connecting with anything else. Good luck, be patient.
Try taking a flash picture- by pressing the shutter release whilst you are holding the camera to your ear.
You should hear a high pitched whine as the capacitor charges up.
If you cannot then the flash unit is bust- thats all one can say really -it is not usually a user fixable thing - not that is ,you have appropriate skills, and the parts are available.
Check out FUJI for part availability and/or repair costs.