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Flash now working

The flash is popping up but it is not flashing

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Did you by chance cover the flash at any time before it quit working? if so and you covered it closely then you burned out the elament. i did the same thing to my old mavica. it would flash when i didn't want it to so i covered it just to burn it out.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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