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The flash still pops up every time. After checking the railing under a magnifying lamp, I was surprised to see all of the dust and grime. Should there be a ready indication for the flash in the viewfinder? I looked online for solutions in the past to no avail.
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To my disappointment the technical service rep. And the flash didn't work this time(At first it did).