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Camera won't flash

The falsh is turn to "flash" but whenthe shutter is released, the fkash will not go off.

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Check your batteries and if that is not the problem, you have nothing to lose take off the back and see if the wire or some debris is obvious. If not your camera is just a parts camera then. Let me know how it goes

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Morris

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