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Flash My Flash is not working and i want to fix it my self. How do i go about doing this.

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Make sure that you have the camera set to auto, and go somewhere dark and try it out. if not you can go into the menu and change it.

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You have switched the self-timer on!

Press the button to the right of the displays just under the AV button. You need to ensure the display does not show the self-timer icon, which looks a bit like a second hand sweeping around a clock (with a dot at the 12 position).

That should do it.

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