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To [put it in layman terms, there is an electric motor that operates your gas pedal instead of your feet. There is something wrong with that mechanism, and the motor will no longer work. I would bet after 13 years on the road it will need a motor actuator, one of the rods connecting the cruise control motor to the throttle is rusted or jammed up. I would check it out mechanically for 5 mins before you get into more technical problems.
Basically : Flashing red light = broke
Green light = not broke
When in program and manual mode, you will have to set it to flash. Make sure the circle around the electric bolt on the screen does not have a line through it, and it should work. There is usually a button with the symbol on it somewhere around the lcd(I'm not very familiar with your model or I'd tell you where) or it may be in the on screen menus if it's not a button around the screen.
hi, even i have the same problem, probably i don't think the flash doesn't work, but even i didn't know how to use it. however, the instruction manual says there are 3 options in flash, they are auto- that is it turns flash automatically on when it turns on.
red eye reduction that is it says it will flash twice to reduce red eye but i never see the flash on and the flash off, that is it will not turn on and usually whenever you exit the camera the flash will default to turn off mode. you will need to switch the flash back. hope you understand.
My flash does not open fully either. I have to hold it open with my finger to take flash pix. I am gonna get a rubber band to hold it open but would like a repair for long term. Kodak will do it for 150 plus s&h
The capacitor in the flash circuitry needs to be charged to a before
the flash can be fired. This chargeing time is termed as flash recycle
time and duriing this window the camera wilkl show that it is
Normally when the flash stops working it is because the capacitor the camera uses to store the flash power ( that is what charges..not the bulb) burns out. This is a very difficult repair and should only be completed by a camera technician.
If the repair is over 10 dollars I would suggest a new camera.