#1. Make sure that the flash head has popped-up fully.
#2. What is the mode dial on your FZ7 set to? In "movie" mode and certain scene modes the flash is fixed to OFF, even though you may open the flash.
#3. Also, check to see if the battery is charged. --------------------------------------------------- If none of the above work, then it is likely that the flash has expired. Send the camera to a service center to get it repaired, or just buy a new one.
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It sounds like your rear brake pads are frozen to the rotor, or a small amount of rust is causing them to stick. Put all the tires back on and try to drive a few feet, that usually pops the pads off the rotors.
Hi Anonymous, and the usual suspects are:
1. Clutch controls improperly adjusted.
2. Lubricant level too high in primary chaincase.
3. Primary chain badly misaligned.
4. Clutch discs warpped or rust bound.
5. Insufficient clutch spring tension.
Good luck and have nice day.
Impact damage to flash or spillage (usually something sticky like Coke) around the pivots (the two places at the back on either side that the flash attaches to the top cover). Sometimes a small amount of water will cause the screw on the release side of the flash that it pivots on to rust, causing the flash to freeze. Need to take it apart and clean (I use Windex) and lube (grease, not oil!) the pivots. Scrape the rust off the screw with an Xacto knife and then cover with grease so it won't rust again. Just did one with this symptom today
Usually the cartridge is out of ink in which case get it refilled or it may be electrically failed in which case you will need to buy another cartridge.
If putting a refilled cartridge in the machine you will normally get some kind of error code, to clear this, press and hold the resume button (Black with red circle with an arrow head pointing towards you) for about 10 seconds then release it and usually you can print. The orange light will however stay illuminated or flashing.
Check the dash once you turn the key to the run position the passlock runs a security check using a set resistance value through the chip in the key. If the security light begins to flash the reading it received was incorrect or it didn't get a reading at all. You can try reseting the value it is looking for by turning the key to start then releasing it. After 10 minutes turn it off then cycle it start again leaving it in on for 10 minutes then back to off then one more time. After the third cycle has completed for a total of 30 minutes. You should be able to turn the key on and start the vehicle. If the light continues to flash their is a problem with the chip in the key or the connections within the ignition its self. Both are common but a Pass Lock Relearn as described above will usually adapt to the poor connection values. Hope this helps.
If there is a problem with the flash itself or the mainboard connection to the flash it will not charge. If the flash won't charge then it won't go off when you take a picture. The only way to fix the problem is to replace the flash with a good used one and see if that fixes it. If not, then you need to replace the mainboard. Good used parts can usually be found online for cheap; that auction website doesn't pay me to type their name, so I don't, sorry. Hope this helps!
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Hi. this delay happens due to your Flash adjustment.You may have changed it to "SLOW FLASH" accidentally.. go to MENU and find 'Flash set up' sub menu and than cancel 'Slow Flash ' mode.. than you flash will fire again as usual , normal mode.. Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks
the camera needs enough light from the environment to produce good picture in your case, have you used built in flash to support you while taking photos? or if you don`t want to use flash, you need a tripod to ensure the camera position won`t shake
setting i usually use while taking a picture at night is ISO 100, f 22 and manual focus mode