Question about Cameras
I would just reset the flash back to the manufacturers default setting, which is done by pressing the mode button and the on/off button simultaneously for about 2 seconds. Keep in mind this will also reset any custom settings you have. In case you have lost your manual I have included a link to a PDF download of it, and directions on how to reset your flash are on page 12. I hope this helps!
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