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Troubleshooting on my lcd apears a E:91:01,and I don't what that means.thi message is blinking all the time

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Its error code E:91:01 corresponds to fault or problem with Flash Circuit. Flash is not working in your camera.

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Hi - I found this info on the Nikon Australia website:

"System Error" or "Lens Error" message in LCD monitor trnsp.gif Question My COOLPIX camera displays a "System Error" or "Lens Error" message. What should I do? trnsp.gif Answer Having a "System Error" or "Lens Error" message displayed on the camera's LCD monitor would generally indicate that your camera needs servicing. A System Error is a general error which can be caused by many things: lens problem, CF Card problem, general camera failure, etc. To troubleshoot, please try the following:
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