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Re: Flash doesn't work
Make sure the flash is not set to the flash off setting. Check the batteries and make sure they are installed correctly. Recharge or replace the batteries if necessary. You can't use the flash in continuous shooting mode. Check to make sure your camera's flash setting is not set to use the optional external flash (see Appendix A).
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hion flash defuser unit up position, it doesn't allow to take picture. This means technically flash circuit is continuously sending charging signal causes blocking shutter release.( but not all of model, it is depend on model of camera.). Like this case, it is obvious that either a fuse brown or charge controlling pcb defective. I recommend you send to your local repair shop or canonUSA. They would charge around $45 to165 depend on what they really want to charge.
A fast flash usually indicates a burned out bulb. If you no flash in the rear, that is probably the culprit. Keep in mind just because your taillight works doesn't mean your flasher will. Most newer cars have combination bulbs in the rear with more than one filament in them. Try cahnging the bulb in the rear and if this doesn't help, reply back and we can explore this further.