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Flash will not stay down

Suddenly my flash popped up and there is no way - short of scotch tape - to keep it down

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  • bethas May 29, 2008

    Unfortunately that is not the problem. Have treid many cards and multiple batteries to no avail. Any more ideas - leaving for a big tip tomorrow and will have to take duck tape :)

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Wow..that's not too cool..especially on a bright sunny day, huh?

ok..can you remove the sim card, and the batteries, then install batteries, after waiting around 4 min..and see if it happens again(taking out the sim card to protect your imagery)..

I suspect you have an unhappy camera memory.

Posted on May 28, 2008

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