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Flash will not stay set

I am having a problem with my flash. I can set the flash to auto, but after I take a picture the flash will return to off. The same happens when i set the flash to on. No matter what the flash will automatically turn off even if the camera remains on. I appreciate any help on this.

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This happens when there is not enough juice on the battery. Your battery may not be able to hold enough capacity anymore. Try another battery. Tip: Do you know that the battery of this camera is exactly the same as the battery of some old model nokia? (6150,8510, etc)

Posted on May 04, 2007

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