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When I turn on camera flash opens and then closes right away.

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  1. If any accessory devices (memory card, lens, USB cable, camera or printer dock, etc.) are connected to your camera, disconnect them.
  2. If your camera is on, turn it off.IMPORTANT: Verify that the battery/batteries are installed correctly.
  3. Install a new or fully charged battery/batteries into your camera.
  4. Turn on your camera.
  5. Set the flash to When I turn on camera - iconfillflash.gif.
  6. Take a picture.

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