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Manual says slow shutter speed. You can adjust this by going to "S" on the dial. However it could also be that your ISO setting is too high therefore restricting shutter speed. Set ISO to 400 auto - a good all round setting.
A red flashing lightening bolt can mean different things on different camera's. The most common are that you are too far away from the object you want to take a picture of. That the flash on the camera needs to be turned off and that the flash itself is charging up and won't allow a picture to be taken.
Try turning the flash off and see if it will let you take a picture.
i had a camera like this and i loved mine to, i took so many pics that the zoom broke on it, i sent it away and they fixed it but mine had life time waranty on it so maybe yours does to. and it didnt take that long to get it back. if you dont have waranty onit i wouldnt think it would be that much.
The eye flashing is normal when the flash is trying to charge up , if the batteries are healthy the camera won`t take a picture until the flash is charged fully.Try turning the flash off and see if the camera fires, get some higher rated rechargeable batteries (2000mah) or above this may resolve your problem.
Per the problem description, it seems the flash circuitry has a malfunction.
In order to perform a correct diagnostics and repair of it, it is necessary to open such camera and perform it by a qualified camera repair technician.
If it's under warranty, I do recommend you to send it back to make valid the warranty.
If not, then you have the options of pay for its repair, or do it yourself if you are willing tgo open it and perform some basic diagnostics of the failure. You will need tools to do it, which includes the usage of a soldering iron.