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Changes to Disassembling Nikon Speedlight SB-600 Bottom half of the flash Introduction

Edit by Chris Neate

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Before you get into this there are a couple things you should know: [ … ] - Camera flashes contain very large capacitors that are capable of stopping your heart. It's unlikely, but possible. There's plenty of discussion online about this. [ … ] - The Nikon service manual says after disassembly and replacement of certain parts you need to have it adjusted/calibrated. This is something you can't do yourself; you need specialized hardware and software to do it. However, after reassembling and quickly testing my flash I don't see any problems with it. [ … ] The Nikon service manual is available [http://beta.demonoid.me/files/details/2842757/|here] or [https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0B0AHrVIXzZK-NGFjZGRhOGQtNjkyYS00MWQ3LWE4NmMtZTkxNTk5ZjFmZWIw&hl=en&authkey=CKy54U8|here].
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reverse order. order. See steps 10 through 12 for tips.
reverse order. order. See steps 10 through 12 for tips.
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the bottom half body (bottom half) of an SB-600. Mine had a damaged PCB from a fall that I needed to get at to repair.
the bottom half body (bottom half) of an SB-600. Mine had a damaged PCB from a fall that I needed to get at to repair.

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  • iFixit Opening Tools x1 A flat edge is needed to remove wire plugs without damaging them. added.
  • Spudger Flat edge x1 A flat edge is needed to remove wire plugs without damaging them removed.

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