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Red plastic broken

The red plastic piece that covers the flash sensors is broken and I need a new one.

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You can call Canon Parts and they can get you the correct part
866.481.2569

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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As with any project, make sure to get a good workspace with plenty of light where you won't drop any screws and lose them...

1) There are 4 screws on the bottom of the flash unit that you'll want to unscrew first. Carefully tilt back the bottom section away from the red filter which covers the "eye".

2) There is a set of wires going to a white harness in the piece you just tilted off which you can carefully disconnect with a small flathead screwdriver working it on either side.

3) The same type of harness attaches another set of wires but this one is just inside the body of the flash in the cavity you just opened up. This one is a bit wider and you should undo that harness in the same, careful manner.

4) Next, you have to remove the master/slave switch which is attached with two small screws that you'll need to carefully undo. The actual switch is attached to the tiny board you are unscrewing. There is a plate covering that switch that is the piece you actually push when you want to switch it. That piece will come out when you take the actual switch out so remember which direction it went.

5) Now you should have exposed four small screws as you look straight down into the piece you're working with. These screws hold on the shoe you're replacing. With some decent force against the screws, carefully unscrew them. These don't come out very easily so you want to make sure you have the right sized screwdriver that fits and that you're applying some downward force. MAKE SURE you don't strip the head on these screws.

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