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I bought a new FL36R flash. Attach to hotshoe,turn on camera,turn on flash,press mode button repeatedly to get TTL auto mode. But the firing range and the focal length not displayed and the flash won't fire

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It must be set to AUTO mode only in order to display the focal length and range...no TTL or FP
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