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Flash I have had my camera for 3 years. Today, I was taking some shots that needed to use the flash. I had taken 30 shots and on the 31st shot the flash quit working. I have checked everything that the manual said to do and nothing worked. Any suggestions

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  • christynpd14 Jul 24, 2008

    I HAVE HAD MY CAMERS FOR 3 YEARS AND SUDDENLY THE FLASH STOPPED WORKING. ANY IDEAS ON HOW TO FIX IT?

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I guess it should be replaced, but not sure.

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