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My flash on my Samsung HZ30W, will not operate under any conditions. When the shutter button is depressed, the flash symbol in the image window turns red and just blinks.

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The lamp for the flash is burned out. Go to samsung.com they have a flat rate repair for all there cameras. Hope this helps.

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