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clarke517 Registered since 06th Apr 2004
Mon 17-Dec-01 12:30 PM

I need help again. Last night my SB-28 hit the floor. It was knocked off a bench onto a carpeted floor. The battery door came open and the batteries hit the floor, but once I put the batteries back in the flash would come on, test fire, etc. When I put the flash on my N-80, it remains in standby mode, and the camera does not detect the flash is attached. I attached my SB-26 and there are not problems. It appears as though the contacts on my SB-28 may be damaged, although there does not appear to be any external damage. Does anyone have any suggestions? If I do have to send the flash to Nikon for repair, which one?



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