Question about Canon Speedlite 220EX TTL Flash

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When using with canon rebel 2000. The batteries get hot

Due to shortcircuit. the flash is not working.
Please guide us , which part of flash is defective,or Provide circuit diagram.

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  • ninad0604 Dec 27, 2008

    can you please provide us internal circuit diagram of Speedlite 220EX TTL Flash ??we are experienced electronic techician.

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Not enough info-

Does the unit not flash? What type and size of batteries are in use? Are there ant odors, smoke or popping sounds coming from the unit? Are the batteries rechargeable and if so dies the charger or batteries heat up during the charging cycle. WARNING! dO NOT USE IT IN THE CAMERA- A SHORT CIRCUIT IN THE FLASH CAN DAMAGE THE CAMERA. uNLESS YOU ARE AN EXPERIENCED ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN- DO BIT OPEN THE UNIT AND POKE AROUND IN IT- EVEN SMALL PORTABLE FLASHES MAY CONTAIN LETHAL VOLTAGES AND CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.!

Come back with the information for more help. Ed

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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    Ed Shapiro Dec 27, 2008

    I do njot have this digram in my files. Check with the manufacturer to see if the have one published for service shops.

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