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The lightning bolt is the fill-flash symbol. Red-eye reduction is the eyeball symbol. Flash off is the lightning bolt in a circle with a slash through it. There's also an auto flash mode, represented by a lightning bolt with the letter "A".
Repeatedly press the flash button on the top of the camera to cycle through the flash modes.
If the scooter was sitting unused for a long period of time, the gel inside the batteries may have gone solid and will not allow a full charge. You may need to replace the batteries due to the damaged cells. If you know the brand of controller that is on the scooter, you can look up the lights codes here: http://www.pgdt.com/scenter/diagnostics/diagvsi.html
Press up on the multiselector (marked with a lightning bolt). Your choices are Auto, Red-eye reduction, No flash, Forced flash, and Slow sync. Use up/down to select No flash (lightning bolt inside a circle with a slash through it) and press OK in the middle of the multiselector.
turn on your tv, on the sky remote press tv and then red and select at the same time, the red light should flash and then press tv then standby then tv then standby, do this until your tv turns to standby, once this has happend press select again and it should flash, this is then tuned to your tv, if not in your search engine type in sky remote codes for your make and model and then press tv red and select at same time enter the code and then select and see if that works, but the first optioon is the easiest, good luck
Check the flash mode that your camera is set to. The flash modes are: Auto, Red-Eye Reduction, Forced Flash, No Flash, Slow Synchro, and Red-Eye plus Slow Synchro. You might have the flash mode set such that your camera detects that the lighting doesn't require the flash mode selected. You can try manually overriding the flash mode by pressing left on the circle function button next to the LCD view screen. If you are still unable to manually turn the flash on, try changing the shooting mode with the mode select dial on top of the camera, then if necessary repeat the flash override step mentioned above. Repeat until successful. There is also the possibility that the flash is malfunctioning, but that is less likely than a setting issue. Let me know how you make out.
First turn your firewall off (if you have one). You need to go into
your 720 with the TomTom Home software and erase the downloaded
software (with the remove items from my device) and reset the device
(little reset button under the unit keep it pressed for 5 seconds),
place it back in the cradle and restart your computer and than restart
the 720 , bring the TomTom Home program up, and when the TomTom Home
software in your computer restarts and detects the 720 it will tell you
that you need to update the application, if it doesn't than you force
the update by going to the add maps option, select items on my
computer, select applications and press the add button, when done, go
back and to device (option in top of your screen) and select disconnect
device, restart your 720 and it should be back to life with the
Press player button long time, then select with right hole button time mode (12hr or 24hr). Press player button to select hour and then press rigth hole button to select rigth hour. Press player button to select mn and press right hole button to select rigth mn. When tthe clock is right time, press a last time the player button.
Press the up arrow on the back of the camera - that seems to be the flash mode setting - select which flash mode you want - you have to hit the down arrow once to see the flash off option which is a picture of a flash symbol in a circle. Then press ok. The flash should now not fire.