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My nikon digital camera flash light is not working.When i m using the flash light than my camera not click the pic..and when i m not using the flash light than camera click the pic but the pic quality is becuming good only in day light because in night flash light is not working.my digital camera model no. is coolpix S220 and this is 10 mega pixel.I am staying in chembur mumbai.This is my request that you plz guide me from where i can make it repair.Tell me any good service centre in mumbai . thanks

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Not to worrry, the possible fault is with the failure of your flash unit. This unit is embedded into the camera and is a very arrangement which is not advisable to be opened by anyone less experienced. The best solution is to get the camera serrviced at the NIkon authorised service centre which is in Mumbai. You can get the exact address from any dealer who is selling the Nikon cameras. Get an estimate before you can give it for service as sometimes the woork may get very expensive.(web search for Nikon service centres in Mumbai -India) If you are choosing any local serivce centre be very careful not to get it tampered for total failure. Otherwise after your review decide on the job or use the camera as far as possible in daylight or you can use good lighting when shooting. Good day

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