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I used my broncolor ring flash connected to Grafit A4 power pack in a fashion photo shoot two days ago. For about an hour, it worked well. After taking a ten minute break i noticed that i left the power pack turned on. When i resumed shooting, after about 5 consecutive flashes in an interval of 4 seconds, the ring flash suddenly went off. I reset everything by turning the power pack off and on but i noticed that nothing changed except for the blinking power display of lamp on the power pack. I tried to changed the power pack to Topas A2 but just the same, no flashes and still with blinking power display on the power pack. please help determine the problem

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