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It happened to me. I fixed it by luck . Here is my way . fully charge the camera till the led turns green. "IMPORTANT" unplug the power of the charger first, then remove the camera from the cradle . Then I pressed power button, it worked.
Wish good luck to you too
Try shutting off your flash and see if it still does that. It sounds like you have a problem with your flash not charging correctly. You can try resetting the camera but I doubt if that will help. I would try just shutting the flash off and see if that would help.
Sounds like ccd issue. Some people have reported similar problems when cam is exposed to water (moisture) or if it's been dropped. Contact you local Casio service and ask them details. They probably just say that send the cam to repair but that is expensive, at least in here Europe.
I have seen this problem on the ex-s880 casio camera a few times sometimes you can go into the setup menu and reset the camera to default and that some times fixes it. it that does not work I have had to replace the flash circuit on the camera because the large compasitor is out and needs tobe replaces most likely this is your problem because of the flashing LED. Hope this helps its a great camera also you might want to check with casio because this should be covered under warrenty. If the camera was not dropped.
Try resetting your camera. Sometimes it is just an issue with the flash charging.
In rec mode press menu
go to setup tab
go up to reset
press right arrow
If that doesn't work then u will have to send it in. :)