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Try the following:
1. Ensure the batteries are indeed, charged. Sometimes even new ones are bad.
2. Ensure battery polarity is observed when loading batteries.
3. Make sure the flash ON/OFF switch is not loose or damaged.
4. With the flash mounted on your camera and the power switch to ON, try resetting the camera to factory default settings. This MIGHT clear any errors and allow the flash to work.
To flash a generator, I assume it has set for a long long time, or else it isn't needed unless you installed a new non magnetized rotor. To do it, disconnect the wires note their position and polarity that conenct to the brushes. Connect a battery with an in line fuse momentaraily for about 2-3 seconds (make sure the polarity is correct IE B+ on the right ring) This will build a correct polarized field for the rotor that will build when induced in the stator
Please check the below steps to open your camera.
1. Is there a battery in your camera?
2. Is the battery fresh charged and full?
3. Is the battery polarity correctly placed?
4. Is the battery compartment door closed complitely?
5. Did anyone drop your camera before?
6. Did you control the battery voltage level?
7. Is your turn on button working correctly?
8. Did you try with an outer power supply?
9. Is there any light or movement on the lens and LCD shows anything?
I think you have a battery problem. Check the above list. You may probably find the problem.
If you are not an electronics guru, especially in power supply circuits, I would rather say that you will waste a lot of time trying to fix this, when you just can get your laptop up & running by easily replacing the defective charger with a new one. It is almost impossible to find a circuit diagram for such kind of products.
1. Remove the batteries and replace with proper alignment of POLARITIES positive and negative. 2. Turn on and off for two or three times. 3. Load the film in the champers correctly. 4. Aim the camera at the proper lighting objects and try with the different aperture and speed settings.