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Flash I have a sony cybershot DSC-W50. Everything has been working fine until one day it stopped flashing. I have tried pressing the flash options button, but nothing happens. However, whenever I turn the camera on E:91:01 and a little squiggly arrow flash. Please help me! i already try to reinitialize my camera but nothing happen. the flash still doesn't work. please help me. tnx

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The flash circuit has gone out the squilling noise is the flash compasitor popped and the acid inside is burning.

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just visit the nearby showroom or technician he will install the new firmware ..........
for installing firmware it may costs some 300 to 400 bugs ....
how ever there may be other problems too may be the battery is dead just change battery and check....
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