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on the camera there is a button with the image of what looks like a lighting bolt with a arrow at the end. when the camera is on set to take a picture press this button and on the screen it with say differant things press the button until it comes round to auto
Try turning the flash off and see if you can then take pictures. If that works then your flash is defective and needs to be replaced.
We are a digital camera repair business (Google Darntoothysam) and we can do that repair for you for a very reasonable price, or you can look for a defective camera online and make one good camera from the two.
Your flash is defective and needs to be replaced, nothing else will fix the problem.
One solution is to look online for a defective camera and use the parts to fix yours. Another is to buy a flash from someone like us who sells new and used parts and performs repairs if you can't do it yourself.
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Clean , outside of lens, go to menu reset to factory defaults, try another new battery, take out memory card and wipe lightly with alcohol. If none of this works contact or call customer support for brand. You may have dead pixels, if that is the case it's time to buy a new camera. Jimmy